Trouble with Men
Following an acclaimed run at the Brighton Fringe Festival, writer/director Nick Myles presents three remarkable short plays about modern male homosexuality: a farce about stereotypes and unrequited love; a drama about a date going horribly wrong; a transcontinental love story about a naive Brit and a closeted Syrian. Reece Matthews, Freddie Wintrip and William McGeough excel in three strikingly theatrical slices of contemporary gay life... Three Men and Some Baggage (the farce) Who is Fin's new lover? Why is Ray so disapproving? And most importantly, what's in that suspiciously large suitcase? Details (the drama). A single salesman on the pull finds himself in a situation that's both strangely familiar and dramatically different to anything he's experienced before. London-Damascus (the love story). Separated by thousands of miles and a cultural chasm, can Ahmed and Adam turn their online romance into real world happiness?
Archive :: production:T010956118, play:S1974110189, venue:V235
Part of King's Head Queer Season