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Written by Alfie Webster
Directed by Sarah Stacey
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Lenny is dangerously close to the end of his twenties, and is still waiting for his life to begin. He’s watched his best mate Carly be in the epicentre of everything forever, and is sick of always being a witness. But after a bizarre sex dream, Lenny is on a mission. He is finally ready to step out from the sidelines, and into his body. Tonight he will be born into the man he is supposed to be. Tonight someone is going to love him.

“I feel like I’m falling backwards into adolescence. I feel like my teens are finally about to start”

‘lenny.’ is a queer coming of age story. It is a pulsating exploration of that second adolescence that happens in our twenties full of urgent last grasps at being wild and free, uncomfortable friendship augmentations and desperate attempts to fall in love with others and, even more desperately, ourselves.

Running time: 75 minutes (no interval)

Age guidance: 16+

Content Warnings: This show contains themes that some audience members may find distressing. If this sounds like it could apply to you, you can view the content information by clicking the hyperlink.

Alfie Webster

Alfie Webster (he/him) is a queer writer, poet and actor from South East London. He trained as an actor at RADA, and has performed at the Park Theatre, Above the Stag and on tour with Antic Disposition. He recently graduated from the MA in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and was in the 2022 cohort of the Introduction to Playwriting group at the Royal Court. ‘Lenny’ is his first full-length play.


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Artistic Team
Alfie Webster
Sarah Stacey
Alfie Webster

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