Twilight Song (Park Theatre)

Kevin Elyot scored a huge success with his 1994 tragicomic gay play My Night With Reg, hailed as an Abigail's Party for the HIV era, but his later playscripts floated beneath the radar as his career focused on...

Touch (Soho Theatre)

Welcome to 'Bridget Jones's Bedsit'.  Touch may come from the same stable as the amazing Fleabag but drops the posh and goes Welsh: imagine Stacey left Gavin for a squalid London studio, a diet of Echo Falls,...

Blondel (Union Theatre)

I’ve been trying to remember why I didn’t go to either the 1983 original or the 2006 London revival of Blondel. Especially as its central character is King Richard I of England whose heir presumptive...

Rotterdam (Arts Theatre)

Said it before so let’s say it again and this time hope they put it on the posters: "Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam is the best ‘gay play’ since My Night With Reg" – a clever sharply-observed comedy...

London Bridge

For the first time ever I would say I'm not 'afraid' but I am 'anxious'. In previous events I thought 'well - I could have been there, but it's not really likely' but this one was definitely on my 'patch'...