Shedding Skin

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Thu 22 February 2018
Sat 24 February 2018
Price:
£13.50
Venue:
Mercury Studio Theatre

“You’ve never had a closet to hide in. So why do you hate yourself so much?”

Jase is 17, out and proud and fabulous. His best friend Gabe is about to leave for University and wants a girlfriend. They head out for yet another teenage house party, the last one before departure. Yet this time Jase wears a costume that challenges his parents’ liberalism, and Gabe accepts a dare in the woods that will change everything. Equality is not all it is made out to be.

A new play by the acclaimed author of Play Something and Living with Luke.

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Lee Birnie

Jase

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Osian England

Gabe

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Ben Maytham

Luke

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Sara Jane Derrick

Linda

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Thomas Roy Edwards

Dan

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Jonathan Davis

Trevor

★★★★★

Paul T. Davies

Writer

★★★★★

Tom Foster

Director

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