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Out comes to 53 Two for GM Fringe

Out comes to 53 Two for GM Fringe

After debuting last year with 'Absolute Certainty?', and being shortlisted for the WFTS New Writing Award, Qweerdog are excited to be present their latest piece of LGBTQ writing: OUT, a family drama with comedy at it’s heart, opens next month at 53Two.

Luke, played by Adam Gardiner, has been out for a while. A confident, gay eighteen year old who seems to be in a constant battle with his single-mum, Debbie, played by Leni Murphy. She has known about his sexuality for years, it all unfolded without drama- until now! The fractious nature of their relationship is pushed almost to breaking point when Luke starts dating an older man, Neil, played by Stewart Dylan-Campbell - the unwitting catalyst for this out and out family drama, where more than one skeleton is in the closet.

All families have secrets, it's how they come out that matter!

The dates and time are as follows:

Sat 7th/Sun 8th July 7pm

Sat 21st 4pm & 7pm

Sun 22nd 7pm

Click below for info and tix.

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Published: 21-Jun-2018

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