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My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) makes triumphant West End debut – review

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How’s this for a fairy-tale story? Rob Madge built a following on social media by posting hilarious home videos, many of which went viral during the pandemic; Rob reached out to the team at London’s Turbine Theatre to see if they would commission a play based on those videos.

The result – My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) – premiered in June 2021 at the Turbine. We went to check it out at the time, describing it as “an uplifting and life-affirming piece of theatre”.

Following a successful run at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, it now returns to London – but its new home is the glittering Garrick Theatre on London’s West End.

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