A comedic and irreverent exploration of homophobia, religion, and the meaning of family. An openly gay man babysits his niece and nephew but gets more than he bargained for. Then there's the persistence of his estranged boyfriend, the religion fuelled homophobia of his brother's neighbour, and the extraordinary arrival of some unpleasant, unwelcome guests. This dark and funny tale proves the most important question of our time is not are we alone, but what happens when we come together? 'Humorous true-to-life writing and excellent performances' TheatreScene.net.
5-22 Aug at 15:45 (1hr10)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50