This one-hour, one-man musical tragical-comedy, uses songs from the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest, and premiered at the Drill Hall, London, 2005
Lenny Kuhr, an 18-year-old singer/songwriter, and communist lesbian virgin, prepares to represent the Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Meanwhile, Stuart has something to send in the post, a just-completed radical treatise which will set the record straight about exactly how gay Nikolai Gogol was, writer and depressive and obsessor of noses. And what was his predilection for Cossacks all about?
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