Bobby works on Woolies’ record counter. Ralph dreams of being a teacher. One kiss and they’re hooked. But it’s 1967 and their love is illegal. Two ordinary lads are poised between lust, self-doubt and arrest. Can they defy the odds and find a way of being together?
All I See Is You won the National Octagon Prize for duologues. It premiered in the Bill Naughton studio at Octagon Theatre Bolton in April 2018 and after receiving Arts Council England funding went on tour in 2019.
The show was selected for the International Gay Theatre Festival in Dublin where Ciarán and Christian won the Micheál Mac Liammóir Award for Outstanding Performances and Kathrine won the Oscar Wilde Prize for Best New Writing.
The production was also awarded the 2019 Brighton Fringe International Touring Bursary in association with The Pebble Trust. As a result we were thrilled to go to Australia and perform at Sydney and Melbourne Fringe festivals.