George McLean’s debut working with acclaimed director Sean TurnerEx-Leeds winger Robbie Rogers has come out quite recently, and subsequently resigned. We find it a shame that he felt he could no longer go on with his career, but with that being said, this hard-hitting play couldn’t possibly be more timely.
Certain to stir up some controversy, Love Thy Brother attacks the hot issue of homosexuality in the Premier League football and the ever-increasing complex modern family. When Matt is adopted, he finds things become complicated when his teenage relationship with his new sister Lucy turns into a mutual attraction. He’s an incredible football talent and his best friend Josh struggles with his sexuality in the homophobic world of top flight football. With sexual awakenings and modern family dynamics coming to a head, there’s certain to be some interesting conclusions here.
General admission. Over 14s only please.