A Starving Artists Production

A gay man wanders through Soho, thinking over the losses and triumphs of the past 50 years of gay experience. There, right across the street, he spots a young motorcyclist parking his bike…and is impelled to cross the road and introduce himself…

Both hilarious and deeply moving, this celebration of LGBTQ history blends solo theatre with stand-up to glorious effect.

Let Me Look At You is the newest performance piece from award-winning Starving Artists Productions, UK.


DATE: Friday 5th & Saturday 6th October 2018

TIME: 7.30pm

PRICE: £14/12*

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From the acclaimed International touring company Starving Artists. Double Fringe First winners and both The Stage & Manchester Evening News Best Actor Award.

Let Me Look At You is the newest performance piece from award-winning Starving Artists Theatre Company. Hilarious and touching. Stand-up meets solo theatre in this personal story from the gay “movement”. Grounded in history and battered by camp, a fifty-something gay man shares his misadventures while quietly having a nervous breakdown himself. On the fiftieth anniversary of the U.K.’s Sexual Offenses Act, Starving Artists offers up the oft-ignored warning: things haven’t changed all that much.

 “It’s not the homosexuals but the gays I can’t stand”


“ Mark Pinkosh hails from Hawaii, Godfrey Hamilton from Essex, but together they form one of the most exciting theatrical partnerships around today” – The Evening Standard

“ Transcendent and unmissable” – L.A.Times

Fascinating and deeply personal exploration of the evolving LGBT+ landscape. – THE STAGE

[Pinkosh is] a delight to watch, and persuasive, so the invocation of the piece is clear as day.
An effective call to arms. – BROADWAY BABY

This is a compelling hour of provocative theatre, as funny and life affirming as it is justly outraged. – THE LIST

This is a captivating example of insightful and vastly important storytelling. – EDINBURGH FESTIVALS MAGAZINE



55 minutes



*Concessions by Conscience: you pay what you can afford dependant on your circumstances. We don’t ask for any proof, we just leave it to your discretion. Please remember we are a charity and rely on ticket income and other limited funding.