19 April 2023 - 7 May 2023
Breeding is a funny, moving drama about parenthood, queer families and enduring love.
Written by Barry McStay (Vespertilio), and directed by Matthew Iliffe (Off-West End Award Winner, Bacon), Breeding asks how far you will go to have a family? – especially within a system that doesn’t seem built for you.
Breeding is running the King’s Head from 19 April to 7 May 2023.
What's the story of Breeding?
Zeb & Eoin have met, kissed, fallen in love, moved in, got married… What’s next?
Zeb will be Fun Daddy.
Eoin will be Serious Daddy.
Beth’s job is to decide if they get to be Daddies at all.
Together they navigate the exposing road to adoption, forced to lay bare fears and secrets, all in the hope of being deemed “appropriate” parents.
Who is in the cast of Breeding?
Casting to be announced soon
Who are the creative team of Breeding?
Author | Barry Mcstay
Director | Matthew Iliffe
Set & Costume Designer | Ceci Calf
Lighting Designer | Ryan Joseph Stafford
Sound Designer | Julian Starr
Producer | Gabriella Sills Productions
Associate Producer | Mark Gatiss
Strong language, homophobic language, sexual references. References to drug use & self-harm. Themes of illness, cancer, bereavement, infertility, homophobia, relationship difficulties.
Venue InformationKing's Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, London, N1 1QN
Nearest Tube or Train: Angel(Northern Line), Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line or Overground)
Nearest Buses: 4, 19, 30, 43