FIFTY YEARS interrogates how society's changing and unchanging attitudes to homosexuality in the last five decades have affected gay men's relationships with themselves, sex, love, the world and each other.
FIFTY YEARS is written by award winning LGBTQ playwright James McDermott. Credits include: FAST FOODS starring Jude Law (Lyric Hammersmith), MAN HUG (Theatre Royal BSE; Winner of Anglian Voices Playwrighting Competition 2017), ORDINARY BOYS (Royal Court) and RUBBER RING (UK Tour) which James is adapting for TV with Hat Trick Productions.
FIFTY YEARS is directed by Manchester based director David Whitney. Credits include: WE ALL BELONG SOMEWHERE (Sheffield Crucible Studio), CROSSWORdS (53Two), FINAL WHISTLE (Old Red Lion Theatre, London), ANYWAY (Tristan Bates Theatre, Danes Yard, London). TREASURE ISLAND, DICK WHITTINGTON, OUR DAY OUT, ARABIAN NIGHTS, KES, THE JUNGLE BOOK and McDermott's MAN HUG (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds).
Guidance: Contains scenes with strong sexual content. Not suitable for under 16s