An unflinching portrait of policing, politics and racism in America, June Carryl's Blue is hard to watch for all the right reasons.
Roll up, roll up, it's time for the play. Or is it? When only half of the double act is willing to appear, how will the show go on? Olly Gully in Sea Words. Photo Credit: Stephanie Mackrill. Chris bounds onto the stage: high-energy, camp and irreverant. Part of a mother and son partnership that... Continue Reading →
Charismatic, likable and a bit of an oversharer, Blowhole's protagonist draws the audience into a world of digital dating, complex relationships and the power of the hole pic. Benjamin Salmon in Blowhole. Photo Credit: Darren Bell. We meet Him as he sits on the "throne" that takes centre stage. He explains he is hiding in... Continue Reading →
Twenty years after Section 28 was repealed (23 in Scotland), this high-octane, unapologetic musical is here, it's queer, and everybody better get used to it. EM Williams, Tika Mu'tamir and Ellice Stevens in After The Act. Photo Credit: Raymond Davies. Breach Theatre never shy away from challenging subject matter, and find a way to inject... Continue Reading →