News: Queers Comes to London in Time for Pride Festival

News: Queers Comes to London in Time for Pride Festival

Writer Patrick Cash (The HIV Monologues) and director Peter Darney (5 Guys Chillin’) are bring Queers to London, an exhilarating play about LGBTQ empowerment in 2017.

Larry is 25, on a real straight stag-do looking out for the ‘laydeez’… And perhaps a lad. Trashbag Trish is a tawdry drag queen, returning to her rural home after her Irish father’s death. Carol is a schoolteacher during the time of Section 28. Young Soho barman Danny is being told a story of gay liberation by drunk Old Tom. And Sapphire dares to be black and trans on the streets of Dalston. Their lives are about to intertwine on one fateful, cruel April night…

After storming the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, both Em-Lou Productions and Dragonflies Theatre are proud to present these vital queer stories of London life back in their native city. Queers stars Stanton Plummer-Cambridge, Richard Watkins, Declan Cooke, Siân Docksey and Charly Flyte, with lighting design by Clancy Flynn and sound design by Matt Panayides.

 

Queers plays the King’s Head Theatre from 25 June – 1 July 2017. For more information or to book tickets, please visit the website.

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