‘Sorry I don’t fit into your preconceived notions of me.’
Tommy is scared of everything. Especially the kids at school who would call him gay if they saw him putting on lipstick. Jordan isn’t scared of anything. He’s not scared that he likes the way Tommy looks in lipstick. Really, he’s not.
Two women play two teenage boys in this timely story of young hearts and the rules that surround us all.
Starring Helen Aluko (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) and April Hughes (The Play that Goes Wrong, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).
★★★★ “Fizzy, vibrant, delightful.” The Stage
★★★★ “Shahmoon has written a very, very good play…. An all-round extremely well-crafted piece of theatre, Lipstick stands strong.” British Theatre
Please note this show contains strong language, flashing lights, and haze.
Director & Designer
Thursday 12th March
The production is proud to be supporting Diversity Role Models, a charity that actively seeks to embed inclusion and empathy in the next generation. DRM will be hosting a Post-Show Talk on Thursday 12th March, and 50% of the sales for that performance will be donated to support their work.
Production Photos by Lidia Crisafulli
Rehearsal Photos by Lidia Crisafulli