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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Sherlock star Mark Gatiss to oversee eight new dramas charting 100 years of being gay in Britain

Sherlock star Mark Gatiss to oversee eight new dramas charting 100 years of being gay in Britain
- Doctor Who and Sherlock stalwart Mark Gatiss is overseeing a series of specially commissioned monologues from various writers charting a century of the UK gay experience.
The short dramas, under the umbrella title Queers, have been commissioned to mark 50 years since laws were passed exempting gay men from prosecution, and will air on BBC4 around the anniversary of the law which was passed in the House of Commons on 27 July 1967.