We can confirm that we are doing two performances of our LGBT History Month show, one at the Wellington Hotel on Thursday 26th February at 8.00pm, and one at the Birmingham LGBT Centre on Saturday 28th February at 3.30pm [changed from original time of 2.00pm]. We really hope you can make one of them, or both if you fancy! It’s completely free to attend and promises to be a fun production.
The short pieces are as follows:
Set against the backdrop of Queen Elizabeth’s Silver Jubilee we get a glimpse into the world of gay men in the 1970s.
The chocolate spat of 1560
A little known historical tale set in the royal courts of 16th Century Europe. A humorous romp fuelled by misunderstanding and misadventure.
A very modern marriage
The task of wedding planning all seems a little too much for Tom and Ben. Will they make it down the aisle?
Blackmail, bicycles, intrigue and melodrama! The woes of wanton women fighting for their love against the men attempting to confine them. A fun filled, action packed Victorian escapade featuring bicycle riding, trouser wearing lesbians.
We hope to see you there!