by Jay Paul Deratany
directed by Gene David Kirk
5 April – 1 May
★★★★★ “Compulsory viewing – book now.” – Gay Times
★★★★★ Boyz Magazine
★★★★★ – The Gay UK
★★★★ – UKTW
20 April: Q&A with Lord Michael Cashman CBE – SOLD OUT
29 April: Q&A with Lord Michael Cashman CBE – BOOK TICKETS
In 2005, teenagers Mahmoud Asgari and Ayaz Marhoni were hanged in “Justice” Square in Mashhad, Iran.
The news prompted outrage across the globe. Many believed the boys were killed for being gay.
Haram Iran imagines a possible, powerful version of the boys’ story. Both romantic and angry, it evokes all of the curiosity, humour, lust, comradeship, rage and rebellious spirit that unites teenagers the world over.
Running time approx 2 hours including interval
Production imagery: gaz.photography