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'My Son's a Queer, (But what can you do?)' to return to the West End in 2023

The play now moves to the Ambassadors Theatre.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Anything is possible for this show! Rob Madge’s My Son’s a Queer, (But what can you do?) will move to the Ambassadors Theatre from 25 January to 18 March.

In My Son’s a Queer, Madge shares stories from their youth and attempts to stage a Disney parade in their living room. In a four-star review of My Son’s a Queer at the Garrick Theatre, our critic said: “Rob Madge has now turned their life-to-date into a 75-minute celebration of being your best and truest self.”

Madge writes and performs My Son’s a Queer. They are currently starring in Jack and the Beanstalk at the London Palladium.

"Putting on a show about when I used to put on shows in my living room continues to be the most surreal, magical thing and I can’t wait to share my brilliant, hilarious family and our story (which I hope is a relatable one) with more audiences. I hope that people leave My Son’s a Queer feeling brighter and uplifted with the knowledge that anything is possible when the stage is your living room!" said Madge.

Luke Sheppard directs, with original music by Pippa Cleary, set and costume design by Ryan Dawson Laight, video design by George Reeve, lighting design by Jai Morjaria, and sound design by Tingying Dong.

My Son’s a Queer, (But what can you do?) is at the Ambassadors Theatre.

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Photo credit: My Son's a Queer (But what can you do?) (Photo courtesy of production)

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