Willy Hudson’s one-man show Bottom is coming to the Ironworks, Brighton, on August 27, and Pride is offering two free tickets to a lucky Scene reader through a prize draw. Simply click on the link here for your chance to win.
Bottom focuses on Willy locked in his bathroom during a tragic third date, asking: are you a top or a bottom?
Bottom is about bums, Beyoncé and burnt fish fingers.
Join Willy for a queer coming-of-age remix, as he questions if ‘bottom’ in the bedroom means ‘bottom’ in life – and whether Beyoncé can help put his love on top.
This is for anyone who hates making the first move.
Anyone who thinks they are unlovable.
Anyone that’s ever tried to be someone they’re not.
Tickets are available from the Ironworks with £1 from every sale going to the Brighton Rainbow Fund. The prize draw closes at midday on Friday August 20.
Willy Hudson is a performer and writer from Devon who likes to confront social hang-ups with autobiographic storytelling, comedy, fusion of theatrical form and cracking soundtracks. And Beyoncé. He runs workshops exploring comedy and writing for performance and he recently graduated from The Oxford School of Drama.
WIlly’s an Associate Artist of the Exeter Phoenix and his recent acting credits include: Peter Pan (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), Islanders (Soho Theatre), Noble Nine (VAULTs Festival) as well as his hit one man show, Bottom.