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.

XPOSED @ Southwark Playhouse
Feb 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
XPOSED @ Southwark Playhouse

Following two sold out shows, Full Disclosure Theatre are proud to present XPOSED, a new writing night of eight short plays revealing the naked and entertaining truths about queer life. Whatever your preference, come discover the latest talent from a company passionate about discovering unheard voices within the community and showcasing LGBTQ+ stories. XPOSED will be staged to tie in with the celebration of LGBT History Month.

★★★★★ ‘Triumph of a showcase which London desperately needs more of.’ Theatre Weekly

★★★★ London Pub Theatres, Planet Nation, DIVA, London Theatre 1, BOYZ

‘Full disclosure is a marvel of a company. Creating theatre that is committed, relevant and gloriously entertaining, while bringing new writers, directors and performers into the spotlight.’ Rikki Beadle-Blair

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.

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.

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?

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