Gently Down the Stream

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  • Gently Down The Stream, directed by Sean Mathias, written by Martin Sherman makes its UK Premiere at The Park Theatre following a critically acclaimed run at the Public Theater in New York.

    This is a passionate new play by Olivier and Tony-award nominee Martin Sherman makes its UK debut 40 years after his celebrated modern classic Bent, which subsequently became a major film directed by Olivier and Tony-award nominee Sean Mathias (No Man's Land), who directs this production of Gently Down The Stream, marking Martin Sherman's 80th birthday.

    The play follows the remarkably moving and brilliantly funny love story of Beau, a retired American pianist living in London, and Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer. Coming of age during the 70's, Beau's attitude to love has been season by a life of loving men in a world that initially refused to allow it. Not looking for a long-term relationship, Beau is a naturally cautious when Rufus unexpectedly enters his world.

    However, while the age gap feels unorthodox to Beau, it is immaterial to Rufus, who is from a new generation of gay men. Rufus has none of Beau's doubts about the possibility of attaining happiness and love in the 21st Century and as he assimilates himself into Beau's past and present, Beau learns to embrace Rufus as one of the most defining relationships of his life.

    As generations intertwine, Gently Down The Stream reveals the journey of gay history and celebrate the men and women who led the way for equality, marriage and the right to dream.

    Gently Down The Stream from 13 February 2019 to 16 March 2019 at The Park Theatre, book your tickets with LOVEtheatre today!


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  • Park Theatre

    Clifton Terrace,
    Finsbury Park,
    London,
    N4 3JP

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    'Martin Sherman's tender, funny and unconventional romance is directed with delicacy and grace by Sean Mathias'


    HOLLYWOOD REPORTER


    Sherman's tender reflection on the contemporary freedoms of gay men and the painful struggles of the past that made them possible is shattering