One parent refuses to talk about sex. The other parent buys their child gay porn DVDs.
Revisiting the explicit films his dad bought him at fourteen, Harry Clayton-Wright explores the ways in which we learn about sex and how that shapes us later in life.
30th/31st May 2017, The Marlborough Pub and Theatre, Brighton
Extra date added: 4 June, 2017.
Winner of the Out in Brighton LGBTQ Brighton Fringe Award.
2nd June 2017, Shoreditch Town Hall, London
“Genius” – Cosmopolitan
“Absolutely incredible” – BuzzFeed
“Deranged manic gay bloke” – The Mirror
Directed by Brian Lobel and produced by David Sheppeard. Supported by the Marlborough Pub and Theatre, Shoreditch Town Hall and using public funding by Arts Council England.