Event Calendar

We do not organise or endorse these events ourselves. Events are organised by individuals or groups who want to celebrate LGBT History Month; the organisers of each event are solely responsible for their own event. We publish these details for your own information only.

Feb
1
Thu
Penguins @ Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Feb 1 – Feb 10 all-day
Penguins @ Birmingham Repertory Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Roy and Silo are two male Chinstrap penguins. Just like the other penguin pairs at Central Park Zoo, they walk, play, swim and dance together. When the duo decide to try and hatch a rock in place of an egg, they find themselves on an adventure that could mean raising a chick for real!

Penguins is a unique and engaging show for children about friendship, fun, identity and the ever-changing meaning of family. This delightful new theatre and dance production is inspired by a true story reported in the New York Times that touched hearts worldwide.

The creative team includes award-winning children’s director Paul Bosco McEneaney and international choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra.

Feb
2
Fri
Question 13: What is The Substance of Bisexuality? @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm
Question 13: What is The Substance of Bisexuality? @ Omnibus Theatre

For ages 16 +
In this solo conversation-musical, which is totally a thing, bisexual theatre maker Jenifer Toksvig asks all the really big and important questions…
…Is bisexuality invisible, does it get erased, or is it just pretend? Yes, but what actually is a conversation-musical? A conversical? Would you like a chocolate?
Jenifer takes us through 12 genuine questions in her quest for the answer to that crucial Question 13.
“I just wanted more.”
Always a Critic Podcast (possibly just talking about the chocolate)
This show contains sexual references, rude drawings, and swearing. Adults only.
Trigger warning: sexual assault.
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
3
Sat
Tiny LGBTQ+ Shows @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am – Feb 4 @ 6:00 am
Tiny LGBTQ+ Shows @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Fifty LGBTQ+ creative practitioners. Two days to write and rehearse.
And tons of tiny LGBTQ+ shows spontaneously devised by collaborators who may have only just met.Spend the weekend bearing witness to the incredible creating and crafting or simply join us for the performance on Sunday.
“Exhausting, frenzied, funny, touching, human, daring, experimenting, ukulele-ing, sweating. laughing, encouraging, love, respect, celebration, and whatever the word is for when you think you’re going to be frightened and nervous and useless and then it just doesn’t happen like that and everything is amazing.”
Previous Participant
Trigger warnings: devised, improvised work may spontaneously include sexual content and diverse triggers.

Gift Tickets £5
Please consider adding some Gift Tickets to your order. These will be used to subsidise Pay What You Can tickets.
Pay What You Can Tickets £0-£20
Subsidised tickets may be available in increments of £5. Please enquire at Box Office.
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Drag Me To Love @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 3 @ 7:30 pm
Drag Me To Love @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For ages 14+
So, imagine this. You are 14 years old and you are a drag queen. It’s golden stilettos, ripped fishnets, shoulder pads, and neon bobs. It’s Doncaster, 2009.
A Bonnie and the Bonnenets production
This autobiographical show combines drag performance with theatrical storytelling. Set against a backdrop of pop anthems and glitter, we follow Cameron as he throws himself into a pair of 6-inch stilettos. But not everything is as it seems and slowly the glamorous world of drag fades away. We will laugh. We will cry. We will sing and we will dance. You are bound to fall as we drag you into love.
“Fun, flirty and full of classic musical hits”
A Younger Theatre
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
5
Mon
The Soul of Wittgenstein @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 5 @ 7:30 pm – Mar 27 @ 7:30 pm
The Soul of Wittgenstein @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For ages 12+
If a dying man questioned what you were doing with your life, how would you answer? And would it be something that you were willing to admit?
1941.Guy’s Hospital, London. A battered copy of War and Peace, an illiterate Cockney dying of cancer, and a philosopher handing out pills. Is this all that defines them, or could they become something more? Written by Ron Elisha, winner of four Australian Writers’ Guild Awards, The Soul of Wittgenstein is a “perfectly paced … tragically beautiful play” (A Younger Theatre). It is simultaneously pertinent and engrossing, amusingly confrontational, yet tender. Directed by award-winning Dave Spencer, the play asks what happens when we open up, when we put aside our differences, and when we force ourselves to feel.
★ ★ ★ ★ “effortless … a scintillating, subtle and intense play”
London Theatre1.com
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
9
Fri
My Tutu Went AWOL with Iestyn Edwards @ Wanstead Library
Feb 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
My Tutu Went AWOL with Iestyn Edwards @ Wanstead Library

“Only the divinely unique Iestyn Edwards could be in a tutu in a war zone and write about it so perfectly. Moving, fascinating and completely hilarious – it’s got it all, as has the man himself!’ Miranda Hart.
All as seen in the show of the number one best seller! How a West End cabaret star accidentally ended up in Iraq. Drying his pink ballet tights on the anti-blast wall, using his Kevlar helmet as a wash bag, ending up on the naughty tank…
Come find out more at this special event!

BRUCE @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 9 @ 9:00 pm
BRUCE @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For Ages 12+
Written and performed by Georgia Bruce, Bruceincorporates drag and musical comedy.
The show takes the traditional character comedy formula, queers it up, shakes it up and adds a healthy dose of Dolly Parton for good measure. A step en route to Georgia’s solo Fringe debut in 2018.
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
10
Sat
I Guess Ideally I’d Be Me @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 10 @ 9:00 pm
I Guess Ideally I’d Be Me @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For ages 12+
Being you sounds nice, but we don’t know who you are.
Or who we are for that matter. Maybe we are what we (who we) want? Poet and Playwright Hal Coase and actor and theatre maker Mary Higgins present an exciting night of poetry readings and monologues about desire, doubt, and what they might have to say to each other.
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
13
Tue
D’Eon – A New Play by Renny Krupinski @ Hope Mill Theatre
Feb 13 – Feb 17 all-day
D'Eon - A New Play by Renny Krupinski @ Hope Mill Theatre

In 1769, at the age of 41, Monsieur Chevalier D’Eon de Beaumont stepped out of the limelight as a French diplomat to England, Russian spy, Prussian war hero and international bon viveur only to step back in as the woman she truly was.

Proudly wearing the Chevalier d’Honneur medal on her flowing robes she outraged and antagonised the whole of the French aristocracy, spending astronomical amounts of English Guineas and running up huge diplomatic debts fighting for her very existence and acceptance in an unforgiving society.

This bizarre, true story is bold, challenging, provocative and painfully funny: reaching deep into our perceptions of normality, acceptability and promiscuity, setting an historical ​thumbprint on the way we live our lives in an “enlightened” ​twenty-first century.

A Straight Acting Theatre Company Production, written by Edinburgh Fringe First Winner, Renny Krupinski.

Breaking the Code @ People's Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne
Feb 13 @ 7:30 pm – Feb 17 @ 9:45 pm
Breaking the Code @ People's Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne | England | United Kingdom

At the height of the Second World War, brilliant young mathematician Alan Turing was a key figure in breaking the Enigma code used by the Nazis. In the aftermath of victory, Turing returned to academic life but his dreams were left unfulfilled as his private sexual life fell afoul of social attitudes in 1950s Britain.

Whitemore’s gripping drama is a tender portrait of a modern tragedy.

Feb
16
Fri
HIP @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 16 all-day
HIP @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For ages 16+

Contains adult themes

A Brighton flat caught between two timelines and personalities.
Your host Jolie Booth welcomes you into her squat in 2002, before transporting you away in space and time, to the home of Anne Clarke during 70s Bohemian Brighton. A semi-autobiographical one-woman show based around found objects.
With a strong connection with her audience, Jolie will soon make you feel at home in her cosy living room with hypnotic OHP, cushions, incense, tequila and nibbles. Her soothing and passionate storytelling interweaves Anne’s real letters and diaries with vestiges from her own life to reveal an immediate and clear association.
“An authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism”
Sick of the Fringe
“We are invited to explore questions around memory, tribe, kinship, and connections between lives”
Fringe Review
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
18
Sun
Really Want to Hurt Me – a new play about surviving homophobia in the ’80s by Ben SantaMaria @ Old Red Lion Theatre
Feb 18 – Feb 19 all-day
Really Want to Hurt Me - a new play about surviving homophobia in the '80s by Ben SantaMaria @ Old Red Lion Theatre

2 performances only of a searingly honest new play written and directed by Ben SantaMaria, performed by Ryan Price.

Devon, 1984-86. How do you survive being gay at high school with only Culture Club, Eurythmics and Tears for Fears on your side? A funny and painfully honest solo performance about beating the bullies with the magic force fields of pop music and acting in plays.

Raw confessions. Dancing to your Walkman. First crushes. Discovering The Smiths and the Cocteau Twins. A bittersweet celebration of those mixed-up teenage years. A long time ago… but maybe not all that different from now. “Do you really want to hurt me?”

Developed with support from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Once Upon a City @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 18 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Once Upon a City @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Sun 18 Feb, 11 am & 2pm

For ages 4-7 and their families.
Join us in this interactive storytelling session, as we follow the story of one brilliant princess in her journey from the North to the South of the City to meet another, equally brilliant princess.
Bring your imagination with you so we can build the story together, creating unexpected twists, eccentric characters and magical moments. Expect puppetry, shadow play and hilarious jokes as we head off on a storytelling adventure together.
This event is part of 96 Festival
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility

Feb
19
Mon
Curve Theatre and DMU Present: At a Stretch @ Curve Theatre
Feb 19 @ 4:30 pm

At a Stretch is part of a series of productions and events to celebrate #DMUpride, which have been curated by DMU students thanks to the university’s partnership with Curve. This wordless visual theatre production tells the story of two women who meet, get stuck
together with elastic and, despite their best efforts, fall in love.
Suitable for families and children aged six and above, the show includes sharp physical
comedy, exciting choreography and breathtaking physical theatre.
WINNER of the ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award 2017.

Feb
20
Tue
Love Happens Here – An LGBTQI+ Cabaret @ Stockwell Playhouse
Feb 20 @ 7:30 pm – Feb 22 @ 10:30 pm
Love Happens Here - An LGBTQI+ Cabaret @ Stockwell Playhouse | England | United Kingdom

Like the LGBTQI community, their soundtrack is vast and diverse, from dance classics from big-voiced divas to soul searching slow jams that mirror struggles with self-acceptance and social rejection. Centre Stage London is proud of our LGBTQI members and the connection we have with this vibrant community and is excited to celebrate a message of hope, acceptance, activism and love in Love Happens Here: An LGBTQI Cabaret.

Think a mix of classics and modern jams: from Lou Reed to Lady Gaga, Somewhere Over The Rainbow to Dancing Queen, and songs from musicals like Fun Home, Kinky Boots and Taboo; Love Happens Here is a cabaret/concert mash-up of music celebrated and loved by the LGBTQI community and it’s Centre Stage allies.

This February, for three nights only, join us to celebrate love in all its forms and to be part of a celebration that symbolises everything rich, colourful, vibrant and courageous in our community.

Curve Theate and DMU present: Gypsy Queen @ Curve Theatre
Feb 20 @ 8:00 pm

Can two men raised to fight ever learn to love?
‘Gorgeous’ George O’Connell, bare-knuckle fighter and traveller, enters the world of professional boxing which puts him on a collision course with his roots, his identity and his greatest fear.
In the opposite corner, gay boxer Dane ‘The Pain’ Samson, the young pretender and son of a boxing legend, is fighting his own battles that lead to a tragedy that neither could predict. Gypsy Queen is an unconventional love story between two fighters who discover the greatest challenge lies outside the ring.

Feb
21
Wed
Voices @ BHASVIC
Feb 21 – Feb 24 all-day
Voices @ BHASVIC

Our A-Level students have been working really hard for several months to prepare ‘Voices’, a show designed to commemorate and celebrate 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality, through text and song, in the words of some of our most famous playwrights, singers and comedians.

If you haven’t had a chance to get your ticket, don’t forget to do so now!

Discounts are available for groups of 4.

7:15pm for 7:30 start in the BHASVIC Theatre, plus Saturday Matinee at 2:15pm

£7.50 • £4.50 concessions

Tickets available online from ticketsource.co.uk/bhasvicevents and on the door

Feb
23
Fri
Borderland – part of LGBT History Month @ Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama
Feb 23 @ 7:30 pm
Borderland - part of LGBT History Month @ Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama | England | United Kingdom

Written by James Harker
Directed by Danielle McIlven
When a racist white boxer instinctively defends a young Asian woman in an after-school fight, neither is prepared for the chaos and beauty that follows.
Borderland is an urgent gay love story, a cri de cœur against racial segregation. A challenge to liberal and traditional values alike.
Suitable for ages 14+
“A provocative love story … filled with biting honesty.” Laura Longworth, Burnley Express

The Other Team @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 23 @ 9:00 pm
The Other Team @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For ages 14+
Jessy and Nicholas are big gays. Well, Nicholas is big, Jessy is quite little. But they are still Grown Up Gays.
They feel like they’ve been there, done that, got the queershirt. The hard part is done, whoever they were before can be forgotten. Life, love and YOU start at coming out. Someone said that. Could have sworn it. Right?
This event is part of 96 Festival.
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility.

Feb
24
Sat
Hotter @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 24 @ 9:00 pm
Hotter @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

For ages 14+
“People are more fixated on flesh than ever before in history” – Ann (97)
Devised by Mary Higgins and Ell Potter, HOTTER is a show about blushing, sweating, pinkness and pleasure. The moments when our bodies give us away. It’s about being embarrassed and embarrassing. It’s about your best friend, teenage crush, frenemy, mother, teacher, lover. The first, worst and best time you came. Most of all it’s about your body and being able to love it and laugh at it.
“Frequently funny, endearingly frank”
Three Weeks
“A dynamic love letter to bodies, theirs and yours”
Edinburgh Guide
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Broadway Baby
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ A Younger Theatre

This event is part of 96 Festival.
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility.

Feb
25
Sun
Tell Me the Truth About Love @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 25 @ 7:30 pm
Tell Me the Truth About Love @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

A new play by Sue Blundell celebrating the relationship between the composer Benjamin Britten and his long-term partner, tenor Peter Pears.
Based on “My Beloved Man: The Letters of Britten and Pears” (published by Aldeburgh Studies in Music) the play opened Fitzfest 2017 to great acclaim.
Two actors, six musicians and one opera singer tell the story of a great British composer who struggled with society’s attitude to same-sex relationships, in a fascinating combination of live music and dynamic physical theatre.
This event is part of 96 Festival.
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility.

Feb
26
Mon
Learning to Swim in the Abyss (A Live Improv Death Show) @ Omnibus Theatre
Feb 26 @ 7:30 pm – Feb 28 @ 7:30 pm
Learning to Swim in the Abyss (A Live Improv Death Show) @ Omnibus Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Mon 26 – Wed 28 Feb, 7.30pm

For ages 14+
An improvised solo show about life and death, grief and joy, and making some sense of the space in between.
Stella Duffy has written sixteen novels, dozens of short stories, and devised and written fourteen plays. She has written and performed two other solo shows, directed and acted in many more. This will not be like any of that. She’s had cancer twice. This might be a bit about that. She’s been improvising since 1987, that’ll help.
It’s not rehearsed, it’s not written, it will be very live and about process as much as product – quite a lot like life.
Please note the Tuesday 27 show will be a relaxed performance.
This event is part of 96 Festival.
A celebration of progress, achievement and possibility.

Mar
2
Fri
Testosterone @ The Place Theatre
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm
Testosterone @ The Place Theatre | England | United Kingdom

What does it mean to be a man or a woman?

Is gender innate or is it nurtured?

Kit is in an amusing and unique position, having transitioned from female to male in his early thirties, he has experienced adult life on both sides of the gender fence, giving him the opportunity to notice what differences there are in how he is treated by society – what he gains and what he loses by becoming a man.

However, his biggest challenge comes when he enters a male gym changing room for the first time and is confronted by masculinity in all its forms – the good, the bad and the ugly. What kind of man will he be when he finishes changing?

With this refreshingly honest and irreverent physical theatre comedy by critically acclaimed company Rhum and Clay and darkly comic theatre writer and director Kit Redstone, they explore the epic path that we all have to take when trying to forge an identity.

What kind of ‘man’ are you?

Mar
19
Mon
DollyWould @ Soho Theatre
Mar 19 – Apr 14 all-day
DollyWould @ Soho Theatre

Oh look, 2016 Fringe First winners SH!T THEATRE again. What is it this time? Oh, is it unemployment? Is there a crisis? Did the government do something wrong again? No, it’s a show about Dolly Parton. We f*cking love her.

‘Exhilaratingly daft – Sh!t Theatre overshare their love for Dolly Parton, with delightful results’
★★★★ Time Out

‘An icon is unpacked, satirised and worshipped all at once – gleefully scrappy and frequently silly’
★★★★ The Stage

‘Wonderfully daft – they deliver a tour-de-force’
★★★★ Evening Standard

Mar
21
Wed
Miss Nightingale @ Hippodrome Casino
Mar 21 – May 6 all-day
Miss Nightingale @ Hippodrome Casino

‘A BLITZY ROMANCE OF GIN, GENTS, GARTER BELTS AND TERRIFIC SONGS!’ The Times

An intimate underground cabaret club opens in the heart of London. A saucy new star shines under the spotlight. Two men struggle to bring their illicit love out of the shadows. The war-torn capital has never been so revealing!

Welcome to the Glitz of the Blitz; where showgirls, secrets and scandal abound. A world where aristocrats jostle with black-market spivs, songwriters take to the streets and nothing is quite as it seems.

Maggie Brown, an aspiring singer and her best friend George Nowodny, a songwriter and Jewish refugee, perform a dazzling act at the newest night club in town, owned by wealthy socialite and RAF war-hero, Sir Frank Worthington-Blythe. Maggie’s beau Tom Connor, paves the way for the sexy and charismatic ‘Miss Nightingale’ to be born, and the musical duo quickly find themselves with a West-End hit! However, what the leading lady doesn’t know, is that George and Sir Frank are hiding a secret and as Miss Nightingale’s success grows, so does a forbidden love between the two men!

Miss Nightingale, the brand-new British musical, receives its West-End premiere at The Theatre at the Hippodrome Casino following five sold-out UK tours and a headline season at The Vaults in 2017. Having been hailed as one of the Guardian’s Top 50 must-sees, now is your chance to experience the show-stopping 1942 set musical, where gay glamour, vintage sounds and spunky Blitz spirit are brought sensationally to life.

Immerse yourself in the wartime world of Miss Nightingale- you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll want to come back for more. Book cabaret style seating now for an unrivalled West End experience unlike any other.

Apr
24
Tue
BEFORE IT STARTS ★★★★★ @Bread&Roses Theatre (Clapham) @ The Bread & Roses Theatre
Apr 24 @ 7:30 pm – Apr 28 @ 8:45 pm
BEFORE IT STARTS ★★★★★ @Bread&Roses Theatre (Clapham) @ The Bread & Roses Theatre | England | United Kingdom

Growing up is hard and when a new girl starts school and reveals her controversial sexuality her friends have a lot to laugh about. But when the jokes turn sour and the playful banter becomes bullying the group realise they have a lot to be sorry for.

★★★★★
Everything is in place: enthusiasm, integrity, uncompromising message: the result is a highly effective piece of theatre.
Peter Yates, London Theatre 1

Based on true events and real life stories; Naked Frank Theatre combine written accounts and verbatim text to tell a cold story about homophobia in schools in an outlandish, controversial and hilarious manner.

Unlike other conventional homophobia stories that pity the victim, Before It Starts approaches this story from the bully’s point of view, making them likeable, funny, charismatic and oblivious of their own actions.

So sit back, relax and get ready for the rawest, funniest and most offensive ride of your life. It’s playful, it’s honest, it’s daring, it’s an education for all! Oh, and remember, it’s based on true events and real life accounts. Yes, people actually said these things. Teenagers can be shockingly funny!

(Audience Age Restriction: 15+)
Follow the link for ticket options: https://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/before-it-starts.html

GROUP OFFER: (Bookings over 20 people receive a free 90 minute forum theatre workshop, email: nakedfranktheatrecompany@email.com or call Carleigh on 07873588787)

Apr
30
Mon
BEFORE IT STARTS ★★★★★ @Etcetera Theatre (Camden) @ Etcetera Theatre
Apr 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
BEFORE IT STARTS ★★★★★ @Etcetera Theatre (Camden) @ Etcetera Theatre

Growing up is hard and when a new girl starts school and reveals her controversial sexuality her friends have a lot to laugh about. But when the jokes turn sour and the playful banter becomes bullying the group realise they have a lot to be sorry for.

★★★★★
Everything is in place: enthusiasm, integrity, uncompromising message: the result is a highly effective piece of theatre.
Peter Yates, London Theatre 1

Based on true events and real life stories; Naked Frank Theatre combine written accounts and verbatim text to tell a cold story about homophobia in schools in an outlandish, controversial and hilarious manner.

Unlike other conventional homophobia stories that pity the victim, Before It Starts approaches this story from the bully’s point of view, making them likeable, funny, charismatic and oblivious of their own actions.

So sit back, relax and get ready for the rawest, funniest and most offensive ride of your life. It’s playful, it’s honest, it’s daring, it’s an education for all! Oh, and remember, it’s based on true events and real life accounts. Yes, people actually said these things. Teenagers can be shockingly funny!

(Audience Age Restriction: 15+)
Follow the link for ticket options: https://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/before-it-starts.html

GROUP OFFER: (Bookings over 20 people receive a free 90 minute forum theatre workshop, email: nakedfranktheatrecompany@email.com or call Carleigh on 07873588787)

May
8
Tue
BEFORE IT STARTS ★★★★★ @BETCamberwell Blue Elephant Theatre (Camberwell) @ The Blue Elephant Theatre
May 8 @ 8:00 pm – May 10 @ 9:15 pm
BEFORE IT STARTS ★★★★★ @BETCamberwell Blue Elephant Theatre (Camberwell) @ The Blue Elephant Theatre

Growing up is hard and when a new girl starts school and reveals her controversial sexuality her friends have a lot to laugh about. But when the jokes turn sour and the playful banter becomes bullying the group realise they have a lot to be sorry for.

★★★★★
Everything is in place: enthusiasm, integrity, uncompromising message: the result is a highly effective piece of theatre.
Peter Yates, London Theatre 1

Based on true events and real life stories; Naked Frank Theatre combine written accounts and verbatim text to tell a cold story about homophobia in schools in an outlandish, controversial and hilarious manner.

Unlike other conventional homophobia stories that pity the victim, Before It Starts approaches this story from the bully’s point of view, making them likeable, funny, charismatic and oblivious of their own actions.

So sit back, relax and get ready for the rawest, funniest and most offensive ride of your life. It’s playful, it’s honest, it’s daring, it’s an education for all! Oh, and remember, it’s based on true events and real life accounts. Yes, people actually said these things. Teenagers can be shockingly funny!

(Audience Age Restriction: 15+)
Follow the link for ticket options: https://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/before-it-starts.html

GROUP OFFER: (Bookings over 20 people receive a free 90 minute forum theatre workshop, email: nakedfranktheatrecompany@email.com or call Carleigh on 07873588787)