The Review: Centring around a group of gay friends, this is a tender play which is very funny and ultimately very sad. The best comedy is underpinned with genuine emotion and this is that rare thing. And it works so so well. As in real life, each of these six friends have their own unique relationships with one another and their private moments together are always revealing. There's so much that's light-hearted here but underneath lies the very real threat of AIDS and, throughout the play, years seamlessly morphing from one to the next, it begins to bubble ominously to the surface.
The Verdict: Sexy, funny and haunting, this play pulls off the mix perfectly.