Tumulus, play at Soho theatre

The Dean Street Wellbeing programme is proudly supporting the second run of “Tumulus”, showing at Soho theatre for dates in April and May.
There will be post show discussions to explore some of the complex themes within the play.
When I first read the news
I was shocked
George was an ex-lover
(I’d never had a lover die on me before)
(This wasn’t the ’80s)
When Anthony’s one-night stand turns up dead on the Hampstead Heath tumulus, everyone assumes he’s another casualty of London’s chemsex culture.
But after a second body is discovered Anthony suspects foul play and is thrust into a terrifying, drug-fuelled journey to uncover the truth.
This fast-paced, unflinching ‘queer noir’ by Christopher Adams (The Royal Court, Theatre503, Bruntwood Prize longlist) pulses with energy. Like a darker and gay (well, gayer) and Murder She Wrote episode, an unlikely detective races to solve two murders before a killer strikes again.