by Rory Thomas-Howes
Can two men in modern-day London have a long-lasting, monogamous relationship?
A Partnership, a relationship comedy-drama featuring two men, has no angels, no AIDS and no other characters – it looks into the changing face of homophobia, as partners Ally and Zach are forced to have a conversation nine years in the making, and finally make a decision about their future.
In real-time over an hour, on the eve of Ally’s 30th birthday, he and Zach question whether we can – or should – be ‘normal,’ as internalised homophobia casts a silent shadow over their relationship.
11TH MAR - EDGE THEATRE, MANCHESTER
12TH MAR - STUDIO THEATRE, SHEFFIELD
18TH MAR - RIVERHEAD THEATRE, LOUTH
24TH & 25TH MAR - OXFORD PLAYHOUSE
1ST APR - PHOENIX ARTS THEATRE, BORDON
4TH & 5TH APR - TOWN AND GOWN
10th & 11th apr - king's head theatre
23rd apr - lighthouse, poole