by Martin Blackburn

From 19 January

Grab hold of your rings boys, it’s time to go cruising.

Garth has hung up his slutty white vests for good, and is attempting monogamy with new boyfriend Drew. And now they’re on holiday. On a ship. With two thousand hot gay men.

In the next cabin is their put-upon friend Fat Pam and her new beau: the gorgeous, French, charming and 100% straight Phillipe. So at least he’s off limits…

Don’t miss this deliciously nautical comedy of Brits aboard, from the writer of outrageous Gran Canaria-set hit Alright Bitches!

‘Laugh-out-loud, heartfelt production.’

‘A menagerie of excellently-timed wit.’
West End Wilma

‘A boatload of nautical naughtiness that brings high-camp to the high-seas… book yourself a first-class ticket.’
Gay Times

‘A night of pure entertainment.’
Everything Theatre



by Del Shores
directed by Gene David Kirk (Party, Haram Iran, The Sum of Us)

From 8 March

Southern Baptist Sissies is the unforgettable story of four boys growing up gay in a religious community in Dallas, Texas.

Del Shores’ hilarious, wildly imaginative and moving play follows their lives from eight years old to adulthood as they veer between friendship, sex and estrangement.

Southern Baptist Sissies won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding LA Theater Production, as well as multiple LA Weekly Theater Awards, Los Angeles Critics Awards, Ovation Awards, Backstage West Garland Awards and Robby Awards. As well as several successful plays, Shores has written for TV series including Queer As Folk.

“Daring. Heroic. No-holds-barred hilarious.”
LA Times

“Cathartic, comedic, awe-inspiring.”
Daily Variety

“Brash, sensitive and compelling”
The Hollywood Reporter