Let Me Look At You

Starving Artists Productions UK

Starving Artists Productions presents

Let Me Look At You


Tuesday 14 - Saturday 18 May 2019 Download Calendar

The Drum


Stand-up meets solo theatre in this personal story from the gay “movement”
Presented by the double Fringe First winning Starving Artists Theatre Company

A gay man wanders through Soho, thinking over the losses and triumphs of the past 50 years of gay experience. There, right across the street, he spots a young motorcyclist parking his bike… and is impelled to cross the road and introduce himself.

Both hilarious and deeply moving, this celebration of LGBTQ+ history blends solo theatre with stand-up to glorious effect. Let Me Look At You is the latest performance piece from international award-winning Starving Artists Productions, UK.

Celebrated for their combined talents as writer and performer, Godfrey Hamilton and Mark Pinkosh (partners on stage and off for 30 years) present their latest collaboration. Having won two Fringe First awards (Road Movie, Viper’s Opium,) and winning the first-ever Stage Award For Acting Excellence (Pinkosh, for Road Movie) the team have reunited with director David Prescott (Artistic Associate, Theatre Royal Plymouth) and dramaturg Ruth Mitchell. Lighting design by Douglas Kuhrt.

Brilliantly skillful….profoundly moving!

The Independent

An intimate and engaging performer who has that knack of appearing to chat directly to you.

The Stage

Mark Pinkosh hails from Hawaii, Godfrey Hamilton from Essex, but together they form one of the most exciting theatrical partnerships around today.

The Evening Standard

One of today’s most exciting theatrical partnerships

London Evening Standard

Transcendent and unmissable.

L.A. Times

A performance of rare grace and power!

L.A. Weekly

Age guidance: 13+
Running time: 1 hour (no interval)

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