Locked In archiveLocked In - the life of Keith Vaughan. Adapted from his diaries by Peter Scott-Presland. Keith Vaughan was one of the most important British painters of the mid-20th Century, and friend of Francis Bacon, Graham Sutherland, David Hockney, John Minton etc. His subject matter was defiantly gay - bathers, lovers - in a style that became increasingly abstract. Behind his success was a man of intense sensitivity, fierce doubts, caustic humour, anger and fear of ageing. An intense romantic, he couldn't allow himself to give way to his feelings in life. So he poured them all out in one of the funniest, sexiest, most vivid journals ever written - a journal he kept for forty years. Scott-Presland's show focuses on three main periods of Vaughan's life Gay Theate Company honours great gay painter on his 100th Birthday


Author: Peter Scott-Presland
Company: Homo Promos
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Locked In

Locked In (Play) production archive for QTIX code T02078001743. Details of all Locked In archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1587595888

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