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Closed 26 Feb 2021
He's been followed.
He's trapped in a flat with someone he doesn't know.
His options are limited.
The decision to come out or not to come out can still have consequences, especially in regards to long term mental health.
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Age suitability: Not available
This short and snappy play by playwright Leon Fleming (Sid, Kicked in the Shitter,) delves into the issue of revealing who you are when you're in the public eye, and what that can mean for the community at large as well as for the individual making that leap into the unknown.
In a co-production by TheMill.TV, Bradford Fringe, Heifer Productions, and supported by Equity Partnership, this short play is being broadcast for the first time as a key event in Bradford's official LGBTQ+ History Month 2021 programme.
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Friday 26 February 2021
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Kieran Mason as Chris
Gerard Headley as Jayce
Author: Leon Fleming
Director: Katie Turner-Halliday
Production: Laura Brooks for Bradford Fringe, TheMill.TV, Heifer Productions