Gluck - Who Did She Think He Was?
The story of Gluck - Britain's cross-dressing high society painter of the 1930s - who staged 'one-man shows', had relationships with women and somehow got away with it.
The untold story of Britain's cross-dressing high society painter.
Gluck was one of the British Establishment's go-to portrait painters of the 1930s. Her shows were attended by royalty, aristocrats and celebrities. She also dressed as a man and called her exhibitions 'one-man shows'. Her lovers were all women, including flower arranger to the stars Constance Spry, and Edith Heald, the ex-mistress of WB Yeats.
How did Gluck get away with it?
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
Teodor Currentzis, Musicaeterna
Don Giovanni, K. 527: Ouvertura
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
The Windmills Of Your Mind
I Will Follow Him (Chariot)
|Executive Producer||Janet Lee|