Written by Joseph Skelton and directed by Luke Davies, Fat Jewels isn’t your average play about male bonding.
In The Grass Is Always Grindr web series writer Patrick Cash and director Luke Davies delve deep into Grindr and question what the hook-up app is doing to the community and the ways in which we communicate to each other.
The Chemsex Monologues is not a poster production – it does not preach of the dangers that this ever-growing scene is obviously intimately entwined with, nor does it paint a rosy picture of the orgasmic highs and the Bacchanalian orgies.
The play adapts Jenet’s The Maids as it takes the obsession with a rich employer to an obsession with celebrity, which is relevant at a time where it feels like we know a celebrity’s every move.
Swifties, “a new play about Taylor Swift, Instagram and having no money”, opens at London’s TheatreN16 for a strictly limited season from 28 February to 11 March 2017, with a press night on 1 March.