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This new play by Paul J. Guest is based on Benjamin’s Britten diary entry on Saturday 3rd July. It follows three giants of 20th century culture; Christopher Isherwood, Wystan Auden and Benjamin Britten and their time at the Turkish Baths, a usual gay haunt, at 76 Jermyn Street, London. This is an imagined conversation between the friends. Isherwood and Auden, regulars of the underground queer society, introduce the shy, young Benjamin Britten to a world of champagne, drugs and boys. The play explores sexuality and sexuality as identity, a topic as relevant now as it as then.

Very Pleasant Sensations

By Paul J. Guest

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Performance Reviewed

"A fearless piece of theatre"

West End Frame

“Phillips has done an outstanding job”

West End Frame

“Phillips showed his strength as a director”

Pheatreland

“A delicious night out”

Pheatreland

“I really couldn’t fault this production”

Pheatreland

“Watch this space, because the West

End’s about to get a little brighter”

“Phillips has shown his knack for delivering

thoughtful and interesting drama”

Performance Reviewed

Pheatreland

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"The performances can’t be faulted"

West End Wilma

"Well marshaled by director Dan Phillips"

West End Wilma

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