Jock Night play coming to Brum

Jock Night play coming to Brum
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Posted on 30 Nov 2018

A new play following five friends as they search for love and friendship in a world of drugs and sex is coming to Birmingham’s Old Joint Stock Theatre in April.



Presented by Manchester’s Hope Theatre Company, the play’s synopsis reads: ‘Jock Night is the hottest club night in town, but the drama starts as the club night ends... Adam Zane’s new play follows five men as they search for love and friendship in a world of sex and drugs. This is an honest look at the popularity of chemsex, online dating apps and HIV stigma.’


The show, which contains nudity and strong language, runs from Wednesday 24 to Saturday 27 April.
Tickets are now on sale from oldjointstock.co.uk

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