#ReviewIn72: ‘My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) at the Ambassadors Theatre


Some people contest the claim that some people are born entertainers, but when Rob Madge was putting on theatrical performances in their living room as a child, it’s hard to argue that they are anything but. A play with music, Madge’s songs are catchy by speaking truths to bright melodies. Their show is a passionate, witty and loving life story on the freedom and shared happiness that comes with validating one’s identity.

My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) is now playing at the Ambassadors Theatre until 1 April.

Some background: Sometimes I’ll see a show at my own leisure – often a fair way into the run where a full review isn’t necessary because tickets are sold out, there’s only a handful of performances left, or the show is well-established – and I’ll still have a few things to say about it.

This is the result: #ReviewIn72, where I write my thoughts on the production in exactly 72 words – no more.

Production Images: Mark Senior.

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