Foxes explores masculinity and homosexuality within London’s Caribbean Community and black street culture. Daniel is a young black man trying to keep up with his life, which is moving fast. When his relationship with best friend Leon explodes everything is knocked off its axis, introducing a taboo into his family home that has the power to tear the closest and most loving relationships apart.
Shortlisted for the Alfred Fagon Award, Dexter Flander’s fierce debut play explores masculinity and homosexuality within London’s Caribbean Community and black street culture.
Saturday matinee performances are Pay What You Can, and there are five £5 tickets on offer for every show after Previews.
Foxes is a co-production between Defibrillator and Theatre503, in association with The Actor’s Centre
A voice that deserves to be heard
Shattering tale of faith and family
Sings in moments of quiet intimacy
Date & time
12pm, 3pm & 7.30pm