Queertet 2015

Queertet 2015

Wed 22 - Fri 24 July 2015

LGBT New Writing | 4 original short LGBT themed plays

Queertet is the jewel in Grin's rainbow crown, now in its fourth year and about to enjoy another three night run at the famous Unity Theatre in Liverpool.

Queertet is all about giving voice to new talent every year by showcasing 4 short LGBT plays in one night. How to describe Queertet? - well its fair to say its a variety box of theatrical magic which is always upbeat, colourful, entertaining and most of all proud.

Queertet has enjoyed great sucess over the past 3 years and it really does kick start the Liverpool Pride season with lots of theatrical pazazz, fizz and audience delight. All the plays are written by new writers to the stage and carefully selected to provide the optimum effect of euphoria and entertainment throughout the evening. Queertet makes people grin and Grin Theatre is proud to present this yearly feast of theatre.

Pulse
A comic take on gay super heroes and super villians and features the infamous "gay ray"!
Pulse written By John Maines
Directed by Jordan Leighton
Pulse played by Andie Egan Jr
Throb played by Paul Pope
Marcus played by Shaun Roberts


The F**k
A darkly erotic and physical piece of theatre about two lovers and their personal desires
The F**k written by Staurt Crowther
Directed by Samuel Erskine 
Callum played by Gerard McLaughlin
Patrick played by Liam Murphy


Bye
About two girlfriends who seem to find love at the most awkward of times.
Described as a "lipstick lesbian" rom-com
Bye written by Franki Le-Voguer
Directed by Staurt Crowther
Jen played by Nicola Hardman
Nat played by Mary Jayne Cooper
Oliver played by James Bray


Mates Rates
After a very unusual party its time to pick up the pieces for 4 friends. A rom-com with heart!
Mates Rates Written by Wes Williams
Directed by Antony Proctor
Aiden played by Richard Carlin
Mark played by Gareth Cobham
Ben played by James Wray
Sam played by Rachel McKeown


Because of the content this is for an adult only audience (18's and over). There are flashing lights, strong language throughout, full frontal male nudity and scenes of an adult nature which may offend some people.


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Queertet has enjoyed great sucess over the past 3 years and it really does kick start the Liverpool Pride season with lots of theatrical pazazz, fizz and audience delight. All the plays are written by new writers to the stage and carefully selected to provide the optimum effect of euphoria and entertainment throughout the evening. Queertet makes people grin and Grin Theatre is proud to present this yearly feast of theatre.

Reviews

Queertet 2012 read here
Queertet 2012 read here
Queertet 2014 read here

show details

Dates: Wed 22 - Fri 24 July 
Times: 8pm (15mins interval at 9pm)
Running time: TBC
Prices: £12 (£10 conc)
Ages: 18+
Charges: 50p card transaction | £1 postage
Venue: Unity One

coming soon:

The Princess and The Pea