Undetectable King's Head Theatre tickets available soon at affordable prices!
Tom Wright's uplifting play is back at the King's Head Theatre by popular demand to open the venue's highly anticipated Spring 2020 season. Critically acclaimed and nominated for three Off West End Awards, Undetectable certainly doesn't fly under the radar of the London critics' circle.
Tickets for the show's strictly limited run are expected to be in high demand due to limited availability, so be sure to secure your Undetectable play tickets as soon as they become available to guarantee the best seats at the King's Head Theatre in London whilst stocks last.
What is Tom Wright's Undetectable about?
One-night stands are easy. Love and intimacy are hard.
Undetectable is a tender, heartwarming, and funny love story that centres on the super-fit dream boy Lex and the sparkly bright Bradley falling in love with each other. Soon Lex decides that after three months of waiting, he's ready to make his move but Bradley's not sure if he's ready to give it up yet and go all the way...
Applying brutal honesty, wisdom, and cunning wit, Tom Wright's triumphant play takes a look at the delicate emotions, personal demons, and moral conflicts that we carry with us into the bedroom.
Undetectable 2020 Kings Head Theatre cast and creative team
The new 2020 run of Undetectable sees Lewis Brown and Freddie Hogan reprise their roles as Bradley and Lex respectively.
Lewis Brown's prior stage credits include playing the titular role in a US tour of Hamlet with the Aquila Theatre and Tuck at Cardiff's Wales Millennium Centre. Freddie Hogan's past stage credits include his role in Extra Virgin that earned him an Off West End Award nomination for Best Actor and the role of Belarius in the West End National Youth Theatre production of Cymbeline. Hogan's TV credits include Davey in Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, Billy in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, and minor roles on both Emmerdale and Coronation Street.
Written by Australian playwright Tom Wright, Undetectable at London's King Head Theatre is directed by returning director Rikki Beadle-Blair and features lighting design by Richard Lambert and stage management by Marie Costa.
Undetectable play reviews and reception
The LGBT play was nominated for three Off West End Awards, including The Offies for Best Performance Ensemble, Best Lighting Design, and Best Director. Reviews for Undetectable The Play have also been overwhelmingly positive with the Gay Times calling it in a four-star review "a play with its finger firmly on the pulse" that is both "smart and topical." Here is a quick round-up of what the critics have said about the play Undetectable by Tom Wright:
★★★★★ "Spine-tinglingly good theatre" — Boyz Magazine
★★★★★ "Terrific direction from Rikki Beadle-Blair" — Queer Guru
★★★★ "Gracefully handled" — A Younger Theatre
Don't miss the return of Undetectable at the King's Head Theatre. Book your Undetectable tickets as soon as possible!