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Kath Mattock hosts our next play reading group. We will explore the play The End of Eddy, which was previously an award-winning stage production.
We’ll send you a copy of the play to read before the session. Don’t worry if you don’t have time to read it beforehand, as we will read sections of the play aloud together over Zoom, explore ideas and characters in the play, and have a chat about it together.
Thanks to Unicorn Theatre and Pamela Carter for use of the script.
Photograph: Untitled Projects/Unicorn Theatre co-production. Production photography by Tommy Ga-Ken Wan.
About the play
A coming-of-age play about growing up gay in a working-class town in France. It’s a sensitive, universal story of boyhood and sexual awakening. We witness Eddy’s struggle to understand who he is, who he might become, and his fight to escape.
The play reflects on issues around sexuality, class, and power, and is filled with hope, lust, love, and anger.
Contains explicit sexual references and frequent use of strong language.
About Kath Mattock
Kath started as a Director in theatre, moving into script editing and then producing and directing for TV. Her TV work includes Adult Material (Channel 4), The Queen’s Sister (Channel 4), Murder (BBC 2), and The Trial (Channel 4), she’s won two Baftas and been nominated for a series of awards. She’s a Brighton resident and passionate about new writing.Book now