Hit show My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) is heading back into the West End.
Written and performed by Rob Madge (Les Miserables, Jack and the Beanstalk), the show is coming back to London for an extended run, playing the Ambassadors Theatre from 25 January to 18 March 2023.
My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do?) is a joyous autobiographical story that sees Rob as his 12-year-old self recreate a Disney parade they mounted for their Grandma.
The show is directed by Luke Sheppard (& Juliet, In The Heights) with Songs by Pippa Cleary, Set and Costume Design by Ryan Dawson Laight, Video Designby George Reeve, Lighting Design by Jai Morjaria, Sound Design by Tingying Dong and Orchestration by Simon Nathan.
My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do?) comes back to London after sell-out seasons at the Turbine Theatre, the Edinburgh Festival, and the Garrick Theatre in London.
Rob Madge is currently starring in Jack and the Beanstalk at the London Palladium, alongside Dawn French and Julian Clary.
Rob Madge said in a statement that: “I am so very excited to be bringing My Son’s a Queer back to the West End, this time at the Ambassadors Theatre. Putting on a show about when I used to put on shows in my living room continues to be the most surreal, magical thing and I can’t wait to share my brilliant, hilarious family and our story (which I hope is a relatable one) with more audiences. I hope that people leave My Son’s a Queer feeling brighter and uplifted with the knowledge that anything is possible when the stage is your living room!”