David Dillon’s gay comedy Party returns to London this September for the first time since its original extended run at the Arts Theatre in 1998.
Party is set at a gay house party where seven gay friends who play a game called Fact or Fantasy; it’s a bit like Truth Or Dare but even more…revealing. As clothes are shed so too are their inhibitions and secrets in this brotherhood comedy that The Advocate describes as ‘One of the most uplifting and affirming representations of gay life on any stage ever.’
Playwright Dillon says, ‘Party is not about flesh, but celebrates the fact that, as a group, we are positive and honest about our sexuality and free from a lot of the inhibitions and hang ups that exist in other groups.’
Party will be presented at the Above The Stag Theatre from 7 September 2016 in a London version of the production directed by Gene David Kirk.