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The Last Session archiveThe Last Session is partly based on composer Steve Schalchlin's own experiences and was written in an era in when AIDS was a terrifying and growing epidemic for which the treatment was largely experimental. Set in a recording studio in 1996, singer/songwriter, Gideon is tired of being ill and ready to give up. He's holding one last session to record the most important album of his life. To show his undying love to his partner, he plans to record a musical letter of farewell. For this last session, he reunites with some old friends and is joined by an unexpected visitor, who shares Gideon's Christian faith and for whom Gideon's sexuality changes everything. The Last Session tells Gideon's story: of faith, love and hope and of the search for a reason to go on in the face of pain, indignity and adversity. Running time: 2hrs 20mins
Performers Darren Day, Simone Craddock, AJ Dean, Ron Emslie.
Music Steve Schalchlin. Lyrics Steve Schalchlin. Book by Jim Brochu. Lyrics John Bettis (additional lyrics). Lyrics Marie Cain (additional lyrics). Producer CliMar Productions. Director Guy Retallack. Lighting Richard Williamson. Musical Director Tom Turner. Design Ruth Hall.

The Last Session

The Last Session (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0252524357. Details of all The Last Session archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0909112862

Archive Listings

25 Sep 12
27 Oct 12
Tristan Bates Theatre (TBT)
Inner London
Greater London

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