Win two tickets to gay play Coming Clean!

The first major London rivival of Kevin Elyot’s iconic Coming Clean!

Gay Times is working with the King’s Head Theatre to offer two tickets to the reprise of Kevin Elyot’s classic, Coming clean!

Director Adam Spreadbury-Maher explains “Coming Clean is set in a flat in Kentish Town, north London, in 1982. Struggling writer Tony and his partner of five years, Greg, seem to have the perfect relationship.”

“Committed and in love, they are both open to one-night stands as long as they don’t impinge on the relationship.”

“But Tony is starting to yearn for something deeper, something more like monogamy.”

“When he finds out that Greg has been having a full-blown affair with their cleaner, Robert, their differing attitudes towards love and commitment become clear.”

Coming Clean headlines the fantastic 9-week long Queer Season at the theatre in honour of the 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality.

Elyot was famed for writing about gay relationships, his most notable work being the award winning My Night With Reg.

With the heart of his work being ‘the longing for love, and remembrance for loves lost’

If you’d like to be to win two free tickets to this landmark drama and a signed copy of the brand-new Coming Clean play text from Nick Hern Books, then simply fill out your details below!

Click here for more information. Tickets are available from 25 July – 26 August.



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