Dates and Times
Tue 19 - Wed 20 Nov 2019 at 7.15PM
Featured in our Autumn 2019 programme. Browse the full season here.
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Presented by The Queer House
“He was a boy, she was a girl. Can I make it anymore binary?”
When friends die and pronouns change, what’s left of the memories that don’t fit anymore? From childhood co-stars, through teenage rebellion, a moving and powerful autobiographical account about growing up queer in the mid-noughties, finding yourself, and losing a friend. Brought to life with storytelling, an original pop music score and way too many America’s Next Top Model references.
Made with support from Arts Council England, Gate Theatre, English National Opera and Pegasus Oxford.
Originally co-produced with HighTide.
Age guidance: 14+
Content Warnings: Strong language, sexual content and reference to mild drug use
Trigger Warnings: Reference to self harm, suicide and transphobic language
“Since U Been Gone is buoyant, as theatre becomes a place of exploration, distraction and safety” – ★★★★ The Guardian
“beautifully written” – ★★★★ Broadway Baby
“poignant and current… the words within Since U Been Gone are what make it feel special and intriguing” – ★★★★ The Wee Review
About the company
Teddy Lamb is a non-binary writer/performer based in East London. Similarly inspired by Carly Rae Jepson and Tennessee Williams, they tell stories that explore the intersections between popular culture and politics. Since U Been Gone is Teddy’s debut solo show and was previewed at the Gate Theatre, before premiering at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019, Assembly Roxy. Since U Been Gone was included in The Stage’s ‘Top 18 Shows of Edinburgh Fringe’ and The Guardian ‘Best of the Fringe’ roundup.
Teddy is also a facilitator and runs True Colours at Pegasus Theatre – a weekly creative arts project for young people who identify or are allies of the LGBTQ+ community.
Image credit (c) Bronwen Sharp