Book Tickets

Thursday 16th November – 7.30pm

Friday 17th November – 7.30pm

Saturday 18th November – 7.30pm

Sunday 19th November – 7.30pm

Written, Produced and Directed by T. Froy

Publicity manager: Jack Villani
Running time- 45 mins


Blog: soithoughti.blogspot.co.uk

‘Hommo’ deals with the eroticism of masculinity. It follows two men as they prepare to kill a woman, and concurrently seduce another woman. The narratives run alongside each other as the men try to achieve their ideals of manhood. These extremities of violence and desire seek to expose the powerful undercurrents of sexuality in hyper-masculine relationships and interactions. The play confronts and criticises modern masculinity, presenting a naked vision of the hidden sexuality of gender


Erik Alstad- ACTOR

Theatre Credits include: Mamillus in ‘The Winters Tale’ at the Oslo International Theatre Company (2011); Mick in ‘Not not not not enough oxygen’ at The Greenwood Studio (November 2016); Berenger in ‘Rhinoceros’ at The Shaw Theatre (March 2017). Erik studies Russian at University College London and is interested in literature and art, with an active interest in globalisation, rhetoric and form


Sam Ebner-Landy- ACTOR

Theatre Credits include: Jesse in ‘Forgive-Me-Not’ at The Ziferblat Theatre (2016); William in ‘Lovesong’ at The University of Manchester Students’ Union Council Chambers (2017). Film Credits include: Border Guard in ‘Tape’, Odds On Productions; Adam in ‘The Switch’, Gremlin Films. Sam is the co-founder of independent company, Gremlin Films, in November 2016. Sam studied Drama and Film Studies at the University of Manchester and is an active member of the National Youth Theatre


Credits include: Assistant Stage Manager , ‘Urinetown’ at Wright Hall (2016); Stage Manager, ‘Almost, Maine’ at Mondavi Center (2016); Stage Manager ‘Colission’ at The Greenwood Theatre (2017). Inés studied English with Film Studies at King’s College, London. She is currently working as a PA at an interior design company. Inés is interested in Early Modern Drama and Hollywood Musicals


Credits include: ‘Their Significant Other’ at The Middleton Studio (November 2015), ‘Feelings of an Almost Human Nature’ at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre (March 2017). Tom studies Philosophy at King’s College London and is interested in gender and sexuality