TKD Productions & M. Green Productions present San Domino
Tue 5 Jun - Sat 30 Jun
Standard Tickets: £17.50/Concs £15
Earlybird -- Tickets booked before 28 February: £15
VIP Ticket -- Meet & Greet Cast and creatives, including welcome drink & program. (Tuesday & Thursday evening performances): £25
Group VIP -- 8+ tickets booked in a single transaction -- Meet & Greet Cast and creatives, including welcome drink & program: £20
Evening Group booking -- 8+ tickets booked in a single transaction: £15
Matinee Group booking -- 8+ tickets booked in a single transaction: £10
Season subscription policy with The Gulf: both shows for £30
Earlybird, Group, VIP & season subscription bookings available over the phone and in person.
“Mussolini never killed people, just sent them to holiday camps” - Silvio Berlusconi
SAN DOMINO - A Musical Drama
Based on the reality of Mussolini’s persecution of homosexuals, this is the story of men sentenced to five years confinement for degeneracy.
One night in 1939, Carlo, Claudio and friends are arrested in Catania.
Condemned without any trial, they arrive on San Domino: a prison island solely for gay men. For all the indignity and squalor of prison life, men previously forced to live in the shadows now have no need to hide who they are.
But whatever kind of life they may be trying to build, in the background war is looming.
Actor-musicians conjure up an intimate tragi-comic world of love, loss and the struggle just to survive.
★★★★★ "Joyous singing, witty dialogue and wonderful music" - Everything Theatre
"strong and important story" - Entertainment Focus
Book & Lyrics Tim Anfilogoff
Composer Alan Whittaker
Director Matthew Gould
Musical Director James Cleeve
Saturday 9 June Join the cast and creative team for a post show Q&A after the matinee performance hosted by the founder of WhatsOnStage.com, StageFaves.com and MyTheatreMates.com - Terri Paddock.
Tuesday 12 June Join the cast and creative team for a post show Q&A hosted by Peter Tatchell, campaigner for human rights, democracy, global justice & LGBTI.
Saturday 23 June Join the cast and creative team for a post show Q&A after the matinee performance with Sarah Day - Author of Mussolini's Island and science writer for the Geological Society