Bleach LGBT play for GM Fringe

When a misguided rent boy finds himself taking the starring role in a snuff film, he's forced to question whether living in London is really worth the cost of rent. Bleach is a visceral and moving story reflecting a generations struggle to stay afloat in a city of unreachable deposits and zero hour contracts.

When Tyler Everett's job at an all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant falls through and the love of his life walks out on him, he does whatever he can to make ends meet. Follow his journey from small town boy to big time fuck-up in this high octane production.

British Exist Theatre is a young, dynamic and exciting company made up of trained industry professionals.

After graduating drama school the company decided to put their skills into practice and produce work that they have full creative control of. This bought many different skills to the table and allowed British Exist Theatre to develop truly unique and original work.

Bleach premiered at The London Theatre, New Cross as part of the Lewisham fringe and is Exist Theatre's second fully LGBTQ production, following their sell out Edinburgh Fringe production, Man Enough, in 2014.

Bleach then went on to be performed at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden as part of their Black Box Festival 2017.

Show taking place at Kings Arms: Studio 1 11 Bloom Street, M3 6AN

Wed 12 Jul 2017 7:30pm £7.00 (£5.00 concs)

Thu 13 Jul 2017 7:30pm £7.00 (£5.00 concs)

Fri 14 Jul 2017 7:30pm £7.00 (£5.00 concs)

Sat 15 Jul 2017 7:30pm £7.00 (£5.00 concs)

Book tickets via greatermanchesterfringe.co.uk from April 1st.

story published on  Sun, 19 Feb 2017