Party Boy and Theatre shorts

Dublin Gay Theatre Festival's London Showcase

Tue 14 Apr 2020 to Sat 18 Apr 2020

Party Boy and Theatre shorts

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Presented by The Cockpit in collaboration with International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

This show is now cancelled as it is coming from Ireland and due to Covid -19 cannot now take place.
All ticket holders will be refunded in full.

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'Party Boy' is an explosive new play by Brian Merriman based on the true story of Ireland's first gay go-go boy. Meet Patrick growing up in Dublin, moving to Australia and returning home to a new equal Ireland.

Starring Dave Flynn, Colin Malone and Maria Blaney playing the sixty characters that Patrick meets on this high energy tour through the sex industry, love, body image, suicide, chemsex, violence and the sanctuary of his Irish home life. Will he survive the endless party circuit that has consumed the first generation of Irish who were born free?  (70 minutes). 

The showcase opens with 'Calamity Jane Sends A Message To Her Daughter by renowned US playwright Carolyn Gage. Starring Maria Blaney, as Calam a woman equal amongst men who knows much more. (15 Minutes).

In  'The Off Switch' inspiredby the life of  UK activist Mark Ashton and Pride the Movie, stars  Conor Burke who reflects on how Ashton, his contemporary would find his place in the modern gay life and culture he worked so hard to liberate today. (25 minutes). 

There will be one interval of 15 minutes.

Tuesday 14th to Saturday 18th April 2020 - 7:30pm
Plus a matinee onSaturday 18th April 2020 - 3:00pm
 
Tickets:
Full price: £15.00 Concessions: £12.00