This is the story of Dave, a dad in mid-life freefall who takes his repressed gay teenage son on a wild adventure to Thailand to lose his virginity, but promptly falls in love with a trans woman who helps him battle his alcoholism.
‘A riotous comedy with a serious subtext … In-yer-face funny and full of vitality’ British Theatre Guide
‘Plenty of laughs and an abundance of bare flesh, but Wright also delves deeper into the issues’ The Stage
‘The story zips along with a spontaneity that is electric’ Boyz
‘A loud and proud rollercoaster full of quick-change role reversals, risqué jokes and angry confrontations … There are no heroes or villains, just ordinary people working stuff out’ Culture Fly
Hunky dream boy Lex and bright spark Bradley are falling for each other. Big time. After three months, Lex has decided that tonight’s the night… But Bradley’s not so sure he wants to go all the way. A tender, funny, uplifting love story for the post-chemsex generation, exploring the delicate emotions, moral dilemmas and personal demons we all take to bed with us.
‘One of the most provocative, evocative and inspired pieces of theatre I’ve seen’ Boyz
‘Wright’s nuanced approach to LGBTQ+ issues shows real promise’ The Stage
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In an attempt to bring some spark back to their comfortable married life, professional thirty-somethings, Michael and Phil, switch a sherry on the couch for a night on the town. Their goal: to join the millennials by trying to bed one. ‘Just one night’ brings shocking revelations when Michael and Phil discover that the 20-year-old boy in their bed was once the refugee orphan they considered for adoption.
I Ain't Dumb
A tough inner-city school, proud of its multiculturalism suddenly explodes into a rapidly escalating race war. Sex secrets, hip-hop and hope fight for centre stage in this vibrant, in-yer-face, real talk rollercoaster.
(Theatre Royal Stratford East)
Jim & Doyler make a pact, that in a year they'll swim to Muglins rock and claim it for themselves. A story of boys in love during the Irish uprising of 1916.
With music by Christopher Dickins, Rebel Song is an adaptation of the novel At Swim, Two Boys by Jamie O'Neill. Hear some songs here.
(The Other Palace, Supported by Arts Council England)
Broadcast Two old friends attempt to reconnect. But with every detail of their lives recorded online are they able to let go and move forward? What happens if they press delete? Hear the piece here.
(Old Vic New Voices, Citadel Festival)
I, We, Me Clare likes to go online and pretend to be a well hung football player. It's all fun and games until she tricks her best friend's husband. Unless they're lying too...
Three Sunrises With music by Eamonn O'Dwyer, this mini-musical follows the rivalry between two women working in a segregated factory.