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After multi-award-winning success at VAULT Festival and The Pleasance, Robert Holtom’s “uproariously funny” Dumbledore Is So Gay returns to the London stage with a limited run at Southwark Playhouse Borough.

It ain’t easy being Jack. He got sorted into Hufflepuff using the official online quiz, hates studying French, and is in love with his best friend Ollie. Dodging bullies, keeping secrets and trying to get the guy is too much for him to take.

“An infectious display of optimism… I couldn’t stop beaming” – Kate Wyver for the Guardian

So, he changes his story one spellbinding moment at a time in pursuit of making the world a little more magical. Maybe this time he’ll get into Gryffindor.

“Charmed the damn pants off me” – James Graham

Winner of the VAULT Festival Origins Award and an short-run commendation, Dumbledore Is So Gay, written by Robert Holtom, is returning to the London stage after successful runs at VAULT Festival and Pleasance Islington.

The acclaimed production, directed by Tom Wright, stars Alex Britt, Charlotte Dowding and Martin Sarreal. It’s designed by Natalie Johnson, with movement by Rachael Nanyonjo, lighting by Rory Beaton and sound by Peter Wilson. It’s produced by Hannah Elsy Productions, with Jon Kingsley as co-producer.

Disclaimer: Dumbledore Is So Gay is not set in, nor does it feature any characters or plotlines from, the Wizarding World. Nor is it authorised, sanctioned, licenced or endorsed by J.K. Rowling, Warner Brothers or anyone associated with the Wizarding World franchise.

★★★★★ “Sizzles with wit and humour” – Broadway World
★★★★★ “Irresistible” – Daily Express
★★★★★ “Uproariously funny… wonderfully poignant” – Theatre Weekly
★★★★★ “Bafflingly good” – Mickey Jo Theatre

Following the 8pm performance on Wednesday 23 August 2023, I’ll talk cast and creatives from the Dumbledore Is So Gay company. Any questions? Join us!

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