MORRISSEY INSPIRED RURAL COMING OF AGE STORY ABOUT SEXUALLY CONFUSED TEEN COMES TO THE LOWRY.
Rubber Ring - Wed 1 - Sat 4 November
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Award-winning coming of age comedyRubber Ringtours to The Lowry Wed 1 - Sat 4 November. Written and performed by James McDermottRubber Ringfollows a rural sexually confused teen who goes on quest to find Morrissey.
Jimmy is sixteen, sexually confused and stuck in Sheringham. He’s screwed. Well he’s not actually: that’s the problem. Where can Jimmy explore in Norfolk? Rock pools. So when pop star Morrissey comes to London, Jimmy flees to the city to try and find his hero and himself. But when Jimmy finds he's not sexually attracted to boys or girls, he's never been more sexually confused. Then Jimmy meets gender fluid Billy...
Winner of Pulse Festival’s Suitcase Prize 2017,Rubber Ringis a laugh-out-loud coming of age comedy about a Norfolk teenager’s struggle with sexual and regional identity. In 2016 it opened to rave reviews at The Pleasance Islington and this year transferred to The Tristan Bates Theatre in London’s West End prior to a national tour.
James McDermott is an East Anglian playwright and performer. He trained at UEA where he graduated with an MA (Distinction) in Scriptwriting. He has taken part in writers’ development programs with Royal Court, Soho Theatre, HighTide and BFI. James’ plays include 'Man Hug' (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds; Winner of Anglian Voices Playwriting Competition 2017), 'Ordinary Boys' (Royal Court; Playlist), 'Steam' (Lyric Hammersmith; Winner of Young Harts Writing Festival 2017) and 'Beached' (Latitude; 2015). James is currently under commission from Lyric Hammersmith to write a short play for Lyric Gala 2017 to be performed by Jude Law. James is represented by Micheline Steinberg Associates.
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Date: Wed 1 - Sat 4 November
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