Now open at the Trafalgar Studios, Alexander Lass directs the West End debut of Bill Rosenfield’s play. Here is what critics have been saying about it: 


The Stage: **** “Knowing, nostalgic, and at times exquisitely tender, this is a thoughtful meditation on gay romance and meaningful connections.”

A Younger Theatre:  “46 Beacon is tender and heart-filled, and no matter who you love, you’ll leave with the feeling you’ve gained something.”

WhatsOnStage: **** “it is a gently gripping, unexpectedly humorous glance at a pair of adrift souls finding a brief, mismatched connection.”

The Guardian: *** “It is a perfectly harmless play, but the framing device hints at historical ironies that remain unexplored.”

The Times: *** “The tale of a sexual rite of passage in a Boston hotel room is presented with too much talk and not enough action.”

Exeunt Magazine:  “46 Beacon is a funny, semi-autobiographical new two-hander that explores relationships, life decisions and what it means to identify as a gay man in 1970.”

Broadway World: **** “warm and viciously funny.”

Carn’s Theatre Passion: **** “The writing is witty, endearing, captivating and positively charming.”

The Upcoming: **** “A rare, poignant work and a very important and heartfelt study of what it is to be a human being and gay, 46 Beacon is an outstanding play that should be seen.”

Evening Standard: ** “The script, nicely pithy in the first few minutes of Alexander Lass’s production, deflates into a long, laboured seduction scene.”

Time Out: *** ” Alexander Lass’s direction is often a saving grace.”

The Spy in the Stalls: ***** “A beautiful, touching story that’s so much more than just another coming of age tale.”

46 Beacon will play at the Trafalgar Studios until the 29th April. To book tickets visit ATG Tickets