With Pride Month officially over, (who are we kidding – every month is Pride Month!) the gay-ness levels of the UK will begin to settle down to the sultry simmer we know it to be. So what now? Carry on as normal, I guess…
We go strong! LGBT themed events can be found up and down the country on any day – and where better to start than the Noёl Theatre in London? September 21st sees Stephen Daldry’s “The Inheritance” hit the West End – a play that ponders love between gay men in contemporary New York. With the setting of a few years after the AIDs epidemic, the play dissects how the current generation is or isn’t indebted to the prior generation.
The show runs over 2 parts – to be observed sequentially. Part 1 runs for 3 hours and 15 minutes with 2, 10 minute intervals with part 2 running for 3 hours and 20 minutes with 1, 10 minute interval and a 5 minute pause – yes, that hurt my head to read as well…
The basis for the play (Howard’s End by E.M. Forster) deals with the societal norms set before the residents of turn-of-the-century England as well as the execution of conduct – a matter still deeply regarded to this day and the perfect tie-in for our generation.
Tickets are available via the link here and start from £15 – make sure you don’t miss out!
The cultural event of the year, #TheInheritance, begins previews at the Noël Coward Theatre on 21 September. Be the first to experience this 'modern classic' (The Telegraph) when it arrives in the #WestEnd: https://bit.ly/2APHHJu