Full Disclosure present
Full Disclosure Theatre return with their new writing night XPOSED, eight short plays revealing the naked and entertaining truths about queer life. Whatever your preference, come discover the latest talent from a company passionate about discovering unheard voices within the community and showcasing LGBTQ+ stories.
★★★★★ ‘Triumph of a showcase which London desperately needs more of.’ Theatre Weekly
★★★★ ‘Showcases just how fabulously diverse the LGBTQ+ umbrella can be.’ London Theatre 1
★★★★ ‘The future of compelling queer theatre is in very good hands.’ Jack the Lad
‘Full Disclosure is a marvel of a company. Young, impassioned and so badly needed, creating theatre that is committed, relevant and gloriously entertaining. If I was a reviewer, this would be a five star review, but I’m no reviewer – just one of their many fans.’ – Rikki Beadle-Blair
The Gay Agenda by Freya Jackson
Directed by Paul Anthoney
Three representatives come together to create the agenda for the future.
Virtue by Stella Ajayi
Directed by Brigitte Adela
Aaliyah loves God. And sex. But can she love girls too?
Oh! You Pretty Things by Rachel Harper
Directed by Alex Howarth
Ryan can’t face life anymore and Amy can’t face life without him.
Family Tree by Colette Cullen
Directed by Lizzie Fitzpatrick
Rachel and Fiona want a baby. Time to choose a sperm donor!
Romeo and Jules by Ron Burch
Directed by Timothy Allsop
When Romeo calls on Juliet, “Star-crossed” gets a new meaning.
How We Love by Annette Brook
Directed by Robbie Taylor Hunt
Babs and Regi hatch a plan to fool the authorities about who they really are.
Skin(ny) by David Hendon
Directed by Sammy Glover
Carl is turning 21, but he’s not celebrating. And he’s not eating.
She’s Fit, Just Kiss Her by Jessica Revell
Directed by Pollyanna Newcombe
Layla has invited Rosie back to hers. What could go wrong?