Toned, fat or thin? Bodies can be a big part of a gay man’s world. But for Carl, Cameron and Phil having the perfect one matters a little too much.
OFFIE Nominated and two time runner-up in the Kenneth Branagh new writing award, David Hendon is a British playwright whose work includes The D-List (Edinburgh Fringe), Eyes to the Wind (Arcola Theatre) Sign of the Times (Edinburgh Fringe) Home Time (The Space & Chapel Playhouse). Banana Crabtree Simon (Drayton Arms Theatre) and The Last Song of Oliver Sipple (King’s Head Theatre).
Full Disclosure Theatre are a company committed to exploring queer narratives. They are passionate about discovering unheard voices within the community, dedicated to uncovering new truths and providing a platform for artists to share, develop and collaborate. Their regular LGBTQ+ new writing night XPOSED has enjoyed sold-out performances at Southwark Playhouse and will be returning in March 2020.
Tags: Drama, LGBTQ+, New Writing
*Sexual content, Strong language, Adult themes
Compassionate exploration of gay male body issues
While this production is by no means ground-breaking, it is certainly charming