Dumbledore Is So Gay

Jack is in love with his best friend Ollie. Dumbledore Is So Gay is a witty, poignant and contemporary coming-of-age drama for the naughties. Join Jack as he tries to be true to himself in a world so full of prejudice and indifference.

Dumbledore Is So Gay

About this event

Starts: Tuesday 25 February 2020 6:15 PM

Ends: Tuesday 25 February 2020 7:15 PM

At: Network Theatre, 246A Lower Road, Lambeth, London, London, SE1 8SJ

Organised by: Natalie Chan

It ain't easy being Jack. He hates French, he got sorted into Hufflepuff on the official online quiz and he's in love with his best friend Ollie. But dodging bullies, keeping secrets and trying to get the man is too much for Jack to take. So he pulls out his trusty Time Turner and does it all over again. Maybe this time he'll get into Gryffindor.

Dumbledore Is So Gay is a witty, poignant and contemporary coming-of-age drama for the naughties. Written by Robert Holtom (The Cluedo Club Killings, The Quest) and directed by Tom Wright (Undetectable, My Dad's Gap Year).

For those who love fantasy and those who don't, for the LGBTQ+ community and its allies, and for anyone who loves a good laugh and maybe a little cry. Join Jack as he tries to be true to himself in a world so full of prejudice and indifference.

Author

Natalie Chan

Natalie Chan

Natalie Chan is an aspiring producer originally form Hong Kong and currently pursuing her producing adventures in London. She has teamed up with Writer Robert Holtom and Director Tom Wright (My Dad's Gap Year, Undetectable) to bring Dumbledore Is So Gay to life at the upcoming VAULT Festival.

We aim to tactfully explore the challenges and the honest truth through creating a story that blends humour and Harry Potter with real life experiences and authentic feelings and make a transformative and positive impact, to those who come through our doors.

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