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Full Disclosure Theatre Present

Body Talk ​

Written by David Hendon

Directed by Chris Davis and Sam Luffman

Produced by Full Disclosure Theatre

VAULT Festival 2020, Waterloo

29 January - 2 February  

★★★★★ 'Ground-breaking riveting modern theatre' 


★★★★★ Jack the Lad 

 ★★★★ Queerguru

“Why can’t you just be yourself: an actual person, not a look. Not an image”

Carl is 21, skinny, afraid to come out and hates his body. 

Cameron is 30, has the classic Instagram body but can’t connect with the real world. 

Phil is fat and 40, which in gay years feels like life is already over.

Toned, fat or skinny. Bodies can be a big part of a gay man’s world. But for Carl, Cameron and Phil having the ideal one matters a little too much. This touching three-hander tackles this timely issue and asks if our desire to look perfect cuts more than skin-deep.

Sometimes to bare all, means taking off more than just your clothes. Join us for a whole new reveal on a gay’s anatomy...


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CARL played



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CAMERON played



best known for starring in TV & Web Series 'The Grass is Always Grindr'.

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PHIL played



OFFIE Nominated and two time runner-up in the Kenneth Branagh new writing award, David Hendon is a British playwright whose work includes The D-List (Edinburgh Fringe), Eyes to the Wind (Arcola Theatre) Sign of the Times (Edinburgh Fringe) Home Time (The Space & Chapel Playhouse). Banana Crabtree Simon (Drayton Arms Theatre) and The Last Song of Oliver Sipple (King’s Head Theatre).


Praise for David Hendon's previous work


'Incredibly funny, but familiar and accurate' 

Theatre Weekly (The D-List) 


 'A real testament to David’s writing skill' 

LondonTheatre1 (Banana Crabtree Simon)

Full Disclosure Theatre production.

Supported by Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline and Dean Street Fitness,

in partnership with 56 Dean Street.

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