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“What are two grown men doing living together faking all the stupidities of a fake straight relationship?"
The end of the 1990s is fast approaching and change is in the air.
The lives and loves of Stewart and Michael, David and Christopher, Andrew and Tony, and Robert and Terry collide and intertwine in Peter Gill’s delicate comedy that was first performed at the Almeida theatre in 1999.
In a year where we will see the first gay marriages in the UK, this new production challenges audiences to think about what has changed in the past fifteen years for gay couples and what remains the same.