Rotterdam, or anywhere

Following three critically acclaimed runs in London and a highly successful transfer to New York, Donnacadh O’Briain’s Olivier award-winning production of ‘Rotterdam’ will play at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre from Monday 22 to Wednesday 24 April.

Written by acclaimed playwright Jon Brittain, staff writer on The Crown, it’s a bittersweet comedy about gender, sexuality and being a long way from home.

It’s New Year in Rotterdam and Alice has finally plucked up the courage to email her parents and tell them she’s gay. But before she can hit send, her girlfriend Fiona reveals he has always identified as male and now wants to start living as a man named Adrian. Now, as Adrian confronts the reality of his transition, Alice faces a question she never thought she’d ask… does this mean she’s straight?

Director Donnacadh O’Briain says, “We’re delighted to be taking the show on its first UK tour. It’s a privilege to be able to share this funny, moving and beautiful story with audiences around the whole country.”

Tickets start from £14.50 – call 01902 429212 or visit grandtheatre.co.uk for details.

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