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Coming Clean Trafalgar Studios tickets available now for the West End return!
After its sell-out runs at King’s Head Theatre and a successful initial transfer to Trafalgar Studios back in February 2019, this sharp and funny production has returned to London’s Trafalgar Studios for a strictly limited season in winter 2020. Tickets for Coming Clean were incredibly sought after during previous runs, and this one is no different. Be certain to book your seats early to avoid disappointment.
Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean play comes back to Trafalgar Studios
From the writer of the landmark play entitled My Night With Reg comes this compelling, funny, and thought-provoking play that has already took the West End by storm once. Coming Clean The Play follows Tony and Greg, who have been together for over 5 years. While their relationship is far from typical, they seem to have their love all figured out. They’re in a committed relationship and they love each other dearly, but there has always been room in their relationship for other people to pass through -- as long as that’s all they’re doing. Their only rule is they don’t sleep with the same man more than once or fall in love with their conquests. But when the undeniably attractive Robert becomes a fixture in their lives, it will test their relationship and their love as everything they thought they knew about each other is thrown into jeopardy. Coming Clean is a fresh, sharp and funny look at love, relationships and fidelity.
Who was Kevin Elyot?
Kevin Elyot was a renowned British playwright, screenwriter and actor. His best-known works include landmark drama My Night With Reg and the film Clapham Junction. He began his career as an actor and Coming Clean (originally entitled Cosy) was his first endeavour at playwrighting and the show marks the first time he shone a light on gay relationships, a topic which he would return to in the Olivier and Evening Standard Theatre Award-winning My Night With Reg. He would go on to be nominated for each of those awards for his play Mouth to Mouth. His award-winning play Coming Clean premiered at Off-West End venue The Bush Theatre in London to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. Elyot passed away in 2014 shortly after finishing his play Twilight Song, which received a posthumous premiere at the Park Theatre.
West End Coming Clean tickets on sale now at affordable prices!
Don’t miss your chance to see this critically acclaimed production exploring a modern gay couple and the foundations of their sexual contract. When a new and attractive young man walks into their lives, the agreement between them is thrown into complete turmoil. Can the love they have for each other survive the 21st century? Be sure to book Coming Clean play tickets for the 2020 Trafalgar Studios 2 run now to secure the best seats or you may just live to regret it!
Age restrictionChildren under the age of 16 are not permitted.
Running time2 hr 5min (including interval)
Performance dates8 January - 1 February 2020.
ContentContains full-frontal nudity and scenes of sexual nature. Contains smoking. Contains reports of sexual violence.
No latecomers admitted
Douglas Wragg31st January
An interesting play, with a deep poignancy beneath the whipped cream comedy. It was well acted, and praise to the person who stepped in to take the part of Tony.
Mr Pettitt30th January
Great show, the small venue made it feel very personal
Katherine Ludwig29th January
Matthew Tett27th January
It was a fun play with a thought-provoking message.
David Parry27th January
The naked actors could not be seen from where I sat. They were facing only one part of the audience. Very well acted and very funny.
Ian Richards22nd January
A well acted and engaging piece with convincingly portrayed, sympathetic characters.
RICHARD BAKER19th January
Incredible pay and great venue, would highly recommend.
James Brown19th January
Intimate performance of a well written and enduring life situation. Simultaneously funny and heavy.
D H H Cheung19th January
Great story and talented actors - fantastic!
shamai gibsh19th January