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All I See Is You

Bobby works on Woolies’ record counter. Ralph dreams of being a teacher. One kiss and they’re hooked.

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All I See Is You

Date: 25 Aug 2019

Bobby works on Woolies’ record counter. Ralph dreams of being a teacher. One kiss and they’re hooked.

But it’s England 1967 and their love is illegal. While Ralph buries his head in his books and tries courting his sister’s pal, Bobby can’t deny who he is and throws himself into the underground queer scene risking blackmail and arrest …

Written by Kathrine Smith, All I See Is You is a moving two-hander telling the tale of two ordinary lads caught between lust, self-doubt and arrest. The title of the play is in homage to iconic singer Dusty Springfield who sang love songs while having to hide her relationships with women. Her music and other 1960s pop classics are interspersed throughout the play.

UK actors Ciarán Griffiths and Christian Edwards play Bobby and Ralph.

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