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Whose loss is it anyway? That's the bone of contention between a gay man and a straight woman who meet to straighten up loose ends following the death of the man they both loved.  

 

The UK premiere of Harvey Fierstein's one-act, On Tidy Endings, is a sometimes fiercely funny, and finally poignant study of how the universal situation of losing a loved one takes on unique new qualities in the context of AIDS. Another short from Fierstein’s Safe Sex Trilogy, Safe Sex explores a relationship under strain in the early part of the AIDS crisis.

 

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Safe Sex and On Tidy Endings

By Harvey Fierstein

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"Dan Phillips tackles the heated exchanges of both with a steady hand"

The Stage

Entertainment Focus

"Feirstein provides plenty of humour, expertly injected by Phillips"

LondonTheatre1

"An extraordinary compelling piece of theatre"

West End Frame

Time Out

"A painful, funny, deeply touching study of grief"

Entertainment

Focus

"Frequently funny as well as being extremely honest"

British Theatre Guide

"A roller-coaster of bedroom emotion that director Dan Phillips ensures keeps its precarious balance"

British Theatre Guide

The Gay UK

"Truly something special"

LondonTheatre1

"A mature and painfully accurate study of modern relationships"

Civilian Theatre

Gay Times 

"A pleasing pair of pieces that tackle a serious subject with humour and heart"

Gay Times

"The sensitive direction by Dan Phillips allows the pieces and cast to succeed with moving performances

Bargain Theatre Land

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