“It will be raw and unvarnished. And tragic. But with laughter and gaiety. There will be love and romance. And drama. And medical examinations. And a painful death.”
Victorians Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park were known and adored as Fanny and Stella. They dazzled in female roles on our nation’s stages – and in clubs and bedrooms from London to the Highlands. Tonight – for one night only! – they present the shocking story of their own rise to fame and fall from grace.
A riotous new play about two young men who dared to be different, whatever the cost.
Written by Glenn Chandler, creator of Taggart, the award-winning The Custard Boys, Cleveland Street – The Musical, and most recently the acclaimed Sandel, a hit at Above The Stag Theatre and the Edinburgh Fringe.
Director Steven Dexter’s work in the West End and elsewhere includes the world premières of Loserville and Honk!