Following five sold out shows, Full Disclosure Theatre finally return to Southwark Playhouse this October with their new writing night XPOSED, featuring eight new short plays revealing the naked and entertaining truths about queer life.
Full Disclosure are a theatre company committed to exploring LGBTQ+ narratives. Passionate about discovering unheard voices within the community, we are always transparent in the way we work. We make theatre to entertain and unlock discussion for all those associated with queer life and beyond.
Full Disclosure Theatre are dedicated to uncovering new truths and providing a platform for artists to share, develop and collaborate. Whatever your preference, our door is always open to emerging writers, actors and other creatives eager to stage stories on LGBTQ+ themes.
Artistic Directors Chris Davis and Sam Luffman met training on the StoneCrabs Young Directors Programme 2016/2017. Other notable productions include OPEN staged at VAULT Festival 2019, and BODY TALK at VAULT Festival 2020.
The sixth XPOSED will take place from 7pm on Sunday 3rd October at Southwark Playhouse, a short walk from Elephant & Castle station. The night will feature eight plays by eight emerging writers:
Flop by Phil Charles
Directed by Chris Davis
Suffering from impotence, Dave has a visit from the God of Virility.
Faith by Nikki Hill
Directed by John Livesey
Getting married was always the plan. Getting married in a church was not.
Blank Page by Alex Britt
Directed by Matthew Iliffe
Andrew invites Sean over for the first time…but will his secret ruin the hook-up?
Front Seat Passenger by Lydia Higman
Directed by Amelia Rogers
Francis is seventeen, queer, and stuck in the car with Mum.
Again and Again and Again by Kate Reid
Directed by Edwina Strobl
Sadie and Becca meet up before the worst dinner party of their lives.
Black Men Smile Too by Reece St.Omer
Omar just wants to know: What does it mean to be a Black man?
Low-functioning Queer by Jamie Hancock
Directed by Robyn Lexi
Start. Stop. Rewind. Sasha reviews their latest attempt to date whilst disabled.
Donal by Frances Eva Lea
Directed by Ed Theakston
Des dares to dream of a life that could’ve been.