My Son’s A Queer Extends In The West End Until 1 April
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My Son’s A Queer, (But What Can You Do?) extends at the Ambassadors Theatre until 1 April 2023 following a slew of five-star reviews. The award-winning production, written and performed by Rob Madge, follows the performer’s attempt to stage a Disney parade in their living room.

The play previously ran at the Garrick Theatre for a limited run, before transferring to its new home at the Ambassadors where it will now run for an extra two weeks.

Rob Madge said today: “I am overjoyed that this show continues to touch people’s hearts. Our hope is that we welcome many more people through the doors at the Ambassadors Theatre and we see them go home with big smiles on their faces, with the world seeming a little bit brighter”.

Written and performed by: Rob Madge

Directed by: Luke Sheppard

Songs by: Pippa Cleary

Set and Costume Design by: Ryan Dawson Laight

Video Design by: George Reeve

Lightning Design by: Jai Morjaria

Sound Design by: Tingying Dong

Orchestration by: Simon Nathan