Liverpool’s Grin Theatre Goes Stepping Out This January.

Will Cooper writes and directs this new play, exploring themes such as religion, identity, sexuality and masculinity through a developing relationship between two young men. By tomorrow, they will be stepbrothers and roomies. Today, they’re trapped in a church, just the two of them. As the pair lock horns over love, loss and liturgy, secrets emerge.

19-year-old Kevin is quiet, devout, and struggling to find his feet in life. Toby, 17, is loud, proud, high on hormones and as heathen as they come. Kevin’s mum, Maxine, and Toby’s dad, Graham, are about to tie the knot: The road to brotherhood has never been so awkward…

Grin Theatre is Liverpool’s longest running LGBT+ theatre company. Their focus is devising provocative, relevant, engaging fringe theatre that is produced by new writers, directors, performers and crew. Stepping Out is a product of this ethos.

Grin Theatre’s Stepping Out is on at 81 Renshaw Street, Liverpool on the 23rd and 24th January. Doors at 7pm, starts 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £6.

*Contains strong language throughout.

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