LONDON, February 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
A new hard-hitting play tackles the hot issue of homosexuality in Premier League football, alongside the ever-increasing complexity of the modern family. "Love thy Brother" is a vital new play that doesn't pull any punches and is bound to stir up controversy.
Running for one week at The Courtyard Theatre in London, it is George McLean's debut as a writer on the fringe, working with Director Sean Turner.
Matt is adopted into a new family, but his teenage relationship with new sister, Lucy, soon grows into mutual infatuation. Matt is an incredible talent on the football pitch, as is his best friend Josh, who is struggling with his own sexuality in the homophobic world of top flight football. This is a story of the modern family and the pain of sexual awakenings.
The production runs from 19th - 24th February, visit http://www.thecourtyard.org.uk/whatson/297/love-thy-brother for more details and to book tickets (or call 0844-477-1000).
SOURCE The Courtyard Theatre