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
“You see, I never really felt like much of a boy. And finding a way to write this is weird, because i can’t explain it?”
When friends die and pronouns change, what’s left of the memories that don’t fit anymore? A moving autobiographical account of growing up queer in the mid-naughties, finding yourself, and losing a friend.
Brought to life with storytelling, an original pop music score and way too many Americas Next Top Model references.
Written and performed by Teddy Lamb. Originally co-produced with HighTide.
Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Supported by Arts Council England, English National Opera and Pegasus.
About the company
Teddy is a non-binary writer/performer based in East London. Teddy graduated from Dartington College of Arts before attending Soho Theatre Writers Lab and training on the LGBTQ Arts Review #RaisingOurVoices scheme for queer and trans writers. Their previous work as part of performance collaborative Holly&Ted was described as ‘joyfully ingenious’ by The Stage.
Image credit (c) Bronwen Sharp