Our theatre, a former Victorian music hall, seats up to 265. Balcony One has removable seating for up to 4 wheelchairs. The area has an excellent view of the stage and level access from the foyer to which patrons have step-free access to the bar, restaurant and toilets. Please click here for more details about access.



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GHBoy

GHBoy

The burgeoning party scene of East London hides a dark secret: a swathe of young men dying unexpectedly, with whispers of an unnamed killer.

In the midst of all this, Robert is grieving the death of his father. He desperately wants to be a better person, but trapped in a pattern of substance abuse and infidelity, he has a lingering fear that he will never find love and acceptance. Unexpectedly, his boyfriend Sergio proposes, compelling Robert to turn his back on addiction and self-sabotage - before he destroys this final chance at happiness.

But first, he must confront a truth buried deep within his subconscious, something he himself doesn't yet fully understand.

This brand new piece of theatre tackles the misconceptions around gay culture and promiscuity. Something far more ominous is driving men like Robert to the point of self-destruction...

CAST: Sylvester Akinrolabu, Geoff Aymer, Marc Bosch, Buffy Davis, Jimmy Essex, Devesh Kishore, Aryana Ramkhalawon

CREATIVES: Writer - Paul Harvard / Director - Jon Pashley / Movement - Gerrard Marin / Set & Costume Designer - Bettina John / Lighting Designer - Tony Simpson / Sound Designer - Rona Castrioti / Additional Casting - Ellie Collyer-Bristow CDG / Production Manager - Jonathan Simpson / Press - Kate Morley PR / General Management - James Quaife Productions

Produced by James Quaife Productions / www.jamesquaifeproductions.com / https://ghboy.co.uk

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James Sayer

James Sayer

An Evening with James Sayer & his Band

James Sayer, originally from Birmingham, hails from a hugely musical family where he grew up playing Rhythm & Blues music. Having first toured as a session musician at legendary festivals such as Coachella and Austin City Limits and recorded with Rick Rubin, James then went on to record his debut material which received heavy support from Dutch and BBC radio, especially from Tom Robinson, who said of James: "When you hear a track like that, likely inspired by early Van Morrison, my tip to fellow Van fans is to save £100 on the ticket price and go and see James Sayer instead... I personally haven't witnessed Van Morrison deliver anything close to that kind of energy and punch on stage in the last thirty years!"

Having spent the last couple of years producing his first full album, James went on to support yacht rock titans Young Gun Silver Fox in March 2020 in the Netherlands. This will be his first London performance since the enforced UK lockdown.

Join James and his band for this very special evening at Charing Cross Theatre. With support from Saphyria.

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