Pink Sky Theatre Company

Sat 18th Mar - Sun 19th Mar
16:15 (
60 mins)
Don’t Bring Your Parents / LGBTQIA+ Voices / Tear Jerker
Tickets from £17.00
Venue: Network Theatre
Age Guidance: 15+
Contains strong language and adult content. Complete trigger warnings as follows: • sexual assault • substance use • addiction • mental illness • suicidal ideation • mis-gendering • dead-naming • bereavement • grief.

‘The city cringes at the soft wound of our open hearts as we spill our soul onto the pavements and rise aglow into the morning.’

Subversive, humorous and authentic, ‘Rapture’ follows hard-living bar manager Tommy and polyamorous partner-and-girlfriend Kit and Rosy through their intersecting lives in contemporary East London. As events in the present bring past traumas bubbling to the surface, the bonds within this chosen family must shudder and transform if they are to survive.

A colourful vision of life in the capital’s hedonistic fast-lane, ‘Rapture’ is the critically-acclaimed debut show from Pink Sky, a collective of LGBTQIA+ artists taking an interdisciplinary approach to making queer theatre.


We operate “Pay More If You Can” pricing to ensure that our shows remain affordable and accessible to everyone.
You can find out more here.
Sat 18th Mar
Network Theatre
Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Sun 19th Mar
Network Theatre
Network Theatre
246A Lower Road


Press & Reviews

★★★★★ Everything Theatre; 'An explosion of colour; a brilliant piece that encapsulates queer relationships in London. An outstanding production that sets a benchmark for live performance.' 
★★★★★ Lost in Theatreland; 'hilariously and painfully relatable...I implore you to see this beautiful production'
★★★★ The Stage; 'An eloquent and exciting dissection of the queer urban family experience'
★★★★ Boyz Magazine; 'Modern theatre that is just terrific. Ground-breaking, hard-hitting drama that is both equally powerful as it is provocative. Mesmerising queer theatre, riveting stuff! 
★★★★ The Reviews Hub; 'Slick direction...the thoughtful script sets up moments of real connection and poignancy.'
★★★★ A Young(ish) Perspective; 'A brilliant debut from a very exciting queer collective - Pink Sky have set a very high bar for themselves.'

Cast & Creative Team Writer-Director: Sophie Leydon
Movement Director: Becky Stockley

Cast: To Be Announced!

Supported by Pleasance Futures


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