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THEATRE PREVIEW: BoyBi ‘A new solo musical about a boy learning to love his bi’

BoyBi premiered to a sell-out audience at Clapham Fringe in October 2022 and is now back, bigger and better for one week only: 26th – 30th September 2023

An exhilarating new musical, BoyBi explores the self-discovery journey and adversity of growing up bisexual. The show is raw, emotional, funny and uplifting.

19-year-old singer-songwriter George met his girlfriend Millie at University. They’ve been together for six months and the time has finally come for George to meet Mille’s parents…her very ‘traditional parents’.

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George transcends from a confident, happy-go-lucky guy into a panic-stricken mess, convinced he ‘must’ change in order to gain their approval.

BoyBi is a charming, playful comedy, with heart-warming stories and songs written and performed by Evan Reynolds. Evan is 20, from Staffordshire and is studying a BA in Acting & CDT at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. This is the first musical Evan has written, but the third time BoyBi has taken the stage.


‘A joyful yet moving Queer comedy’ Broadway World

‘Evan Reynolds succeeds in combining songs & prose into a movingly wry exploration of masculinity & the place of bisexuality within the LGBTQ+ community’ FringeBiscuit

‘Evan Reynolds is like a performing tapas and really brings everything you could want to BoyBi’ David Byrne – New Diorama Theatre

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Directed by Rikki Beadle—Blair

Named several years running on the Independent on Sunday’s Pink List as one the 100 most influential gay people in Britain, multi-award-winner Rikki is perhaps best known for creating the cult series Metrosexuality for Channel 4, writing the screenplay for Nigel Finch’s Stonewall, and for his anti-homophobic-bullying films FIT and FREE. Rikki has a life-long commitment to creating challenging, transformative entertainment. He created Team Angelica to pursue these goals and to share opportunities with performers, artists and practitioners.

On Thursday 28th September there’ll be an after-show talk and sharing session with director and inspirational PRIDE host Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE. And in celebration of #BiWeek £14 tickets are available for ALL performances using code ‘BOY’ via The Turbine Theatre website.

Dates: 26th – 30th September 2023
Address: Arches Lane, Circus West, London, SW11 8AB
Nearest Tube: Battersea Power Station


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