Full Disclosure Celebrate LGBT History Month With New Writing Night XPOSED
Following sold out shows, Full Disclosure Theatre are back with their fourth new writing night XPOSED. They are proud to present a brand new line-up of short plays revealing the naked and entertaining truths about queer life. The fourth XPOSED will be staged on Sunday 24th February at Southwark Playhouse, to tie in with LGBT History Month.
Full Disclosure are a theatre company committed to exploring LGBTQ+ narratives. Passionate about discovering unheard voices within the community, we lay ourselves bare and are always transparent in the way we work. They make theatre to entertain and arouse discussion for all those associated with queer life and beyond.
Full Disclosure Theatre are dedicated to uncovering new truths and providing a platform for artists to share, develop and collaborate. Whatever your preference, their door is always open to emerging writers, actors and other creatives eager to stage stories on LGBTQ+ themes.
Artistic Directors Chris Davis and Sam Luffman met training on the StoneCrabs Young Directors Programme 2016/2017. Their most recent production Open was staged at VAULT Festival 2019 from 23-27 January to critical acclaim.
The fourth XPOSED will take place from 7pm on Sunday 24th February at Southwark Playhouse, a short walk from Elephant & Castle station. The night will feature eight plays by eight emerging writers, and you can read more about each one below.
Dad by Phil Charles. Directed by Leonie Marzecki. The death of his father propels Kyle to finally come out to his mum...but her reaction isn't quite what he was expecting.
The Date by Lekha Desai Morrison. Directed by Amie Burns Walker. Priya is looking for a husband, and Meena may just have the perfect match in her son, no matter what the financial or emotional cost.
Cute by Adam Seers. Directed by Jamie Christian. Unexpectedly dumped, Ed decides to use his heartbreak as an opportunity to reinvent himself, and by reinvention, he means sex. Let's get the apps open.
B for Bertie, Q for Queenie by Ian Townsend. Directed by Christian Durham. When Queenie and Bertie reunite after years apart, they soon fall into their old ways. Has too much changed or is this a friendship worth fighting for?
Drag Baby by Grace Carroll. Directed by Sam Luffman. A drag queen gets a surprise visit from an old friend, who arrives with past grievances and an unusual request.
Boxes by Jamila Barrett. Directed by Manuel Bau. A black, queer, woman, Hunter finds herself at the intersection of love and politics. So many boxes... one night to (un)pack.
Half and Half by Georgie West. Directed by Chris Davis. When Rhys and Sam get back after a night out, both of them soon find out that one person's one night stand can be another person's coming out story.
Friday Night Queues by Nikki Hill. Directed by Elizabeth Benbow. 'Is she...no - probably not': the question plaguing queer women everywhere. Two women soon learn dating isn't easy with high anxiety and a broken gaydar.
Full Disclosure website: www.fulldisclosuretheatre.co.uk
More info/review tickets: Chris and Sam / firstname.lastname@example.org