Earlier this month, I was lucky enough to catch Eris, a new play by writer John King during it’s limited run at the Bunker. I enjoyed it so much, I was lucky enough to grab a few moments of John’s … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | John King, writer of Eris.
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.bunkertheatre.com/whats-on/eris/about Running until: 28th September 2018 Production Photos by: Connor Harris In his debut play, John King’s Eris follows a young man called Seán, who has just broken up with his long term boyfriend of eight … Continue reading Eris @ the Bunker Theatre*
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.londontheatredirect.com/play/3141/lonely-planet-tickets.aspx Running until: 7th July 2018 Production photos by: Richard Hubert Smith Set in an American town in the mid 1980’s, Steven Dietz’s Lonely Planet follows the friendship between two gay men at the height of … Continue reading Lonely Planet @ Trafalgar Studios 2*
Last year, I did a post showcasing plays & musicals that were about characters in the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate Pride. As there are more new shows in London to catch during June, I thought I would recommend you shows … Continue reading LGBTQ+ In Theatre II
Rating: ⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.tristanbatestheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-gulf Running until: 5th May 2018 Production photos by: Rachael Cummings Audrey Cefaly’s play The Gulf is making its European premiere at the very intimate Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden. The play follows Kendra and … Continue reading The Gulf @ Tristan Bates Theatre*
It’s been well over two weeks since London Pride and as a born and bred Londoner, I’m always so proud when the city comes together to celebrate people being comfortable and free within themselves. Unfortunately I didn’t get to attend … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Protagonists & Storylines In Theatre
Hir by Taylor Mac is the latest production at the Bush Theatre’s newly renovated theatre. The play follows Isaac who comes home from being away in the marines to find his sister Maxine is now his non binary sibling called … Continue reading Hir @ Bush Theatre