Full casting has been confirmed for the upcoming production based on Mussolini’s infamous persecution of homosexuals, playing at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 5th June.
Written and composed by Tim Anfilogoff and Alan Whittaker, San Domino is a story of love, loss and a struggle to survive directed by Matthew Gould.
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.
Cast for the upcoming production is set to include: : Hannah Genesius; David Gibbons; Callum Hale; Matthew Hendrickson; Alexander Hulme; Andrew Jardine; Christopher Laishley; Ross McKenna; Grant Neal, Fergal Newton; Roger Parkins; Andrew Pepper and Mark Stewart.
Meanwhile, the creative team includes: book & lyrics by Tim Anfilogoff, composer Alan Whittaker, musical direction and orchestrations James Cleeve, lighting design Mitchell Reeve and design and costumes Faye Bradley
San Domino will play at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 5th to the 30th June. For more information visit: https://www.tristanbatestheatre.co.uk/whats-on/san-domino.