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David is a playwright, screenwriter and director with over 35 years experience. He has staged productions of his own shows in London, Brighton and Edinburgh and continues to develop new material on the fringe.


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My Beautiful Laundrette

My Beautiful Laundrette

A comic and hard-hitting love story - and a vivid slice of 1980's London. Years since leaving school together, Johnny and Omar bump into each other. But Johnny's now in a gang of racist skinheads, and Omar’s trying to make something of himself by opening London’s most fabulous laundrette. Of Continue Reading

★★★★★
Godspell

Godspell

All Star Productions presents the 40th Anniversary production of this Stephen Schwartz classic. Based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew, and featuring a sparkling score, Godspell boasts a string of well loved songs, including the international hit- Day By Day. As the cast performs the parables Continue Reading

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Troy Boy

Troy Boy

Stuck in suburbia the beautiful Helen’s fed up with her ridiculously dull husband, Menelaus. However, she’s trying to be good. She really is. But what can you do when the gods have other ideas and there’s a handsome young man waiting to whisk you away on an adventure? Decisions! Decisions! What Continue Reading

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Seduction

Seduction

the rent boy...the sailor...the handyman...the student... the professor...the businessman...the teenager...the writer... the actor...the producer... seduction... Continue Reading

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Robin Hood Queen Of Thieves

Robin Hood Queen Of Thieves

Chaos ensues as a very gay Robin Hood and his band of merry men descend on Above The Stag in this year's riotous adults only pantomime. Robin Hood: Scourge of the rich, friend to the poor, champion archer and outlaw (but with a day job as a nurse at Friar Tuck's Sherwood Forest Cottage Hospital). Continue Reading

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All I Want For Christmas

All I Want For Christmas

Desperate for a perfect Christmas, Tone hires escort girl Irina to pose as his girlfriend when he goes to his parents for Christmas Day. But tensions soon rise and secrets spill in this musical comedy about obsession, the search for happiness, and why It's A Wonderful Life is the most important film Continue Reading

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The Eight: Reindeer Monologues

The Eight: Reindeer Monologues

One man has the happiness of two billion children in his hands. But are his hands clean? And does it really matter? In this blistering comedy, American playwright Jeff Goode brings a whole new meaning to Christmas stuffing and the image of a fat man dressed in red and white coming down your Continue Reading

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The Irish Curse

The Irish Curse

Does size matter? It does for the lads in Father Shaunessey’s self help group, held weekly in a church basement in Brooklyn Heights. All afflicted by the ‘Irish Curse’ they meet weekly to gossip, fight, moan and share. Sporty student Rick pads his crotch with a rolled up sock and chases every Continue Reading

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Maurice

Maurice

Maurice's future seems mapped out for him. But when he falls for a boy at Cambridge, he finds himself at odds with his family, the class system, society and the law. Continue Reading

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My Name is Richard

My Name is Richard

Loser, loner, skinny, scum, boffin, bender, dickhead, dumb. Words hurt. See the world through Richard's eyes in this amusingly painful tale about one boy's desperate attempt to win his true love, Anne, from his tormentor, Harry. Continue Reading

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