26th, 27th, 28th January at 8pm
4th & 5th February at 8pm
“Bell has a natural flair. A born showman.
Pure filth, very blue and gloriously gorgeous.”
Stephen Vowels, BOYZ Magazine
Have you ever had your heart broken? Have you ever regretted last night? Have you ever passed your lover’s husband in the street? Well, grab a glass (or a bottle) as Arran Bell takes you on a trip to rock bottom, all in the name of light entertainment, in a no-holds-barred deviant romp of the steamiest variety.
Bring your knee-pads kids, this is not a soft-play!
The Unimportance of Being Gay is Arran Bell’s one man romp highlighting the ups and downs of a promiscuous sex life from a young age. The show is peppered with naughty songs connected with anecdotes of the many men he has encountered over his short life outside of the closet.
Arran is joined by Kara-Lianne Jones, Elli Hosier and Flynn Sturgeon
“Slutty, with emotional depth”
Scott Matthewman, The Reviews Hub