• Summary
  • Venue
  • Credits


Lads & Lasses marks the second of ApposArt Theatre Company’s major 2017 productions. Commissioned by Pride in Hull, they are the first ever theatre production at the first ever UK Pride as part of the Hull City of Culture 2017 Creative Communities Programme. A world premiere combining theatre and film at the first ever UK Pride – there’s something for everybody, no labels necessary!

When Sam and Violet neglect their A-Level studies, they receive an unexpected punishment – to ‘supervise’ new student, Jake. But there’s more to this quiet new boy than meets the eye and pretty soon, uncertainty and insecurity appear to take advantage of the situation.

A poignant play dissecting what it means to be a young LGBT person, looking into the struggles and questions young people ask themselves about their identity and how this affects those around them. Based on real-life, local stories, Lads & Lasses promises to provide a thought-provoking but cheerily brilliant night of entertainment, full of emotion, love-making and good ol’ nostalgia! Who said growing up was easy?

Bring your friends, a box of tissues and an open mind! Early booking is advised.

The production contains some strong language and mild adult themes. Young people welcome, admitted with parents.

Monday 24 July’s performance is ‘Pay What You Can’.




62-63 Humber St
01482 221113


If you have purchased a ticket for an event/activity at this venue through hull2017.co.uk, please do not contact the venue direct with enquiries for that purchase as they will be unable to help.

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Venue Access

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Blue-Badge Parking
  • Level Access
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday Varies
Tuesday Varies
Wednesday Varies
Thursday Varies
Friday Varies
Saturday Varies
Sunday Varies

Creative Credits

Lads & Lasses written by Aidan Thompson-Coates

Directed by Aidan Thompson-Coates

Cast (in order of appearance)

Aidan Thompson-Coates
Sarah Hicks
Ian Judson
Kayleigh Carter
Maxwell Smales
Martin Morgan
Tiolina Puteh
Emilio Encinoso-Gil

Commissioned by Pride in Hull and UK Pride as part of their Hull City of Culture 2017 Creative Communities Programme.

Filming done by Phil Codd

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