A double bill of monologues from writers Dominic Grace and Lesley Ross, performed respectively by Luke Adamson and Gregory Ashton form the structure of Odd Man Out. Both plays are vastly different yet synchronise and almost meet in the middle, surprisingly well.
We laughed, we cried, we left The Hope Theatre with a strange inclination to go home and watch The Poseidon Adventure. It is rare that a show can combine the tongue-in-cheek humour of a drag show with the stark and uncomfortable revelations of a 17-year-old rent boy. Luckily, Two Short Plays about Gays hasn’t heard that it’s impossible.