Following two sold out shows, Full Disclosure Theatre are back and proud to present XPOSED, with a brand new line-up of short plays revealing the naked and entertaining truths about queer life. The third XPOSED will be staged on Sunday 4th November at Southwark Playhouse.
Full Disclosure are a theatre company committed to exploring LGBTQ+ narratives. Passionate about discovering unheard voices within the community, we lay ourselves bare and are always transparent in the way we work. We make theatre to entertain and arouse discussion for all those associated with queer life and beyond.
Full Disclosure Theatre are dedicated to uncovering new truths and providing a platform for artists to share, develop and collaborate. Whatever your preference, our door is always open to emerging writers, actors and other creatives eager to stage stories on LGBTQ+ themes.
The third XPOSED will take place from 7pm on Sunday 4th November at Southwark Playhouse, a short walk from Elephant & Castle station. The night will feature eight plays by eight emerging writers, and you can read more about each one below.
The Gay Agenda by Freya Jackson
Directed by Paul Anthoney
Three representatives have been invited to work together to create the gay agenda for the future.
Virtue by Stella Ajayi
Directed by Brigitte
Adela Aaliyah loves God. And sex. But is it possible to be Queer, Black and Christian?
Oh! You Pretty Things by Rachel Harper
Directed by Alex Howarth
Dying's easy and living's hard, when accepting yourself is impossible. Ryan can't face life anymore and Amy can't face life without him.
Family Tree by Colette Cullen
Directed by Lizzie Fitzpatrick
Rachel and Fiona have a big decision to make. They want to have a baby. But how to choose a sperm donor?
Romeo and Jules by Ron Burch
Directed by Timothy Allsop
When Romeo calls on Juliet at her balcony with words of love, "Star-crossed" gets a new meaning.
How We Love by Annette Brook
Directed by Robbie Taylor Hunt
Babs visits his best friend, and fellow Nigerian, Regi in London. They hatch a plan to fool the authorities back home, about who they really are.
Skin(ny) by David Hendon
Directed by Sammy Glover
It's Carl's birthday, but he's not celebrating. And he's not eating. At the age of 21, it's time to confront what's making him unhappy.
She's Fit, Just Kiss Her by Jessica Revell
Directed by Pollyanna Newcombe
When you kiss a girl, you'll know if you're gay, bi or whatever. Right? Layla has invited Rosie back to hers. What could go wrong?
Cast: To Be Announced
More info/review tickets: Chris and Sam / firstname.lastname@example.org
Official Link: http://www.fulldisclosuretheatre.co.uk