PLAYS- The Diva Drag

22c.jpgPerformed at the Hope Theatre, Islington Sep 2016

Performed as two halves

Middle Aged Rent

featuring Gregory Ashton and Joseph Paterson

The portrait of a teenager lost in the maze that was Eighties London, long before mobile phones, social media & Grindr. How he comes out, both literally and figuratively, is the focus of the piece, specifically written to premiere at The Hope Theatre.

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Joseph Martin was nominated for a Break A Leg award for his performance in Middle Aged Rent

Middle Aged Rent was nominated for Best Off West End Play in the Break A Leg Awards

The Diva Drag

featuring Louise Jameson and Gregory Ashton

The Diva Drag is a bitter sweet story of love and (possible) reconciliation. Do you go to your homophobic mother’s funeral, or go onstage as her instead? Branwen & Darren battle out this mother son relationship with humour, fury and disaster movie passion.

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Lousie Jameson was nominated for The Offie for her performance in The Diva Drag

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Greg Ashton was nominated for a Break A Leg award for his performance in The Diva Drag

Greg Ashton was nominated for The Offie for his performance in The Diva Drag

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The Diva Drag was nominated for Best Off West End Play in the Break A Leg Awards

The Diva Drag was listed in There Ought To Be Clowns Top 20 Theatre shows 2017

“A Mini Torch Song Trilogy… Terrifically performed” Mark Shenton (lead critic, The Stage)

***** Gay Times

***** BOYZ Magazine

***** LBGQT ARTS review

***** Act Drop

***** Break A Leg

***** Carn’s Theatre Passion

**** View From The Gods

**** London Pub Theatres

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