“The grey & bleak reality of a troubled country blighted by AIDS, repressed under Section 28, the spectre of IRA violence and the excesses of Thatcher’s 1980’s Britain.”

“In a nod to Judy Garland’s most famous movie – once Freddie, Diana & Kenny enter the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, they go down the rabbit hole to a vivid and colourful world of fantasy, flamboyance and dazzling visuals.”

 

“For the film’s many musical numbers, each would be individual in their style, but would hark back to the big-budget & electro pop videos of the pre-download era, taking essences and style from Duran Duran, The Human League, Pet Shop Boys & Top of The Pops etc.”

“Before social media, real fame was a different beast entirely: its use and abuse was solely in the hands of the tabloid press.”