Holding The Man

The newest production to hit the stage of La Boite Theatre is Holding The Man, an adaptation of a great Australian love story.
James Frostick
Published on February 11, 2013


Inspired by a true and almost timeless love story and adapted for contemporary stages, Holding the Man is a tale of love and loss that manages to communicate all of the nuances of modern relationships, transcending gender and sexuality boundaries all at once.

Timothy Conigrave's memoir of his own relationship in the mid-'70s was transformed for the stage by Tommy Murphy and has since been performed in London’s West End as well as enjoying sell-out seasons across Australia.

The production is finally back in Brisbane for a limited season at La Boite, so make sure you jump on tickets early before they sell out again. This is sure to be a magical story, addressing separation, temptation, heartache and devotion.


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