“Did you fancy me when I was wearing a leather jacket?”
He and She, both called Max, are undergraduates, boxfresh on the London queer scene. He is self-assured, out and proud - but outrageously naive. When he meets She, a gender-fluid, gives no f*cks Londoner and instantly fancies her, his world is turned on its head.
Catfighting and play fighting across the rollercoaster ride of a riotous night out, He and She confront masculinity, femininity and their own prejudices.
Death and Dancing is a celebration of the messiness of being who you want to be - when you’re not yet sure of who, or what, that is.
Claire Dowie’s 90s hit is back in its first major revival. Thirty years on, this in-yer-face, punk-kitsch, kickass exploration of gender and sexuality remains as challenging and arresting as ever.
Everyone’s invited to the party. D’you wanna dance?
CAST & CREATIVES
He Roly Botha
She Shelley Rose Kapur
Director Eloïse Poulton
Designer Clancy Flynn
Sound Designer Anna Short
Assistant Director Ella Murdoch
Stage Manager Chloe Wilson