A play about online encounters is to open in London’s main theatre district next month.

Blowing Whistles by Matthew Todd opens at Leicester Square Theatre on 23 October following sell-out productions in Australia and the USA.

The comedy’s popularity reflects the universal appeal of online cruising.

It’s the evening before Gay Pride and thirty-something couple Nigel and Jamie celebrate their ten-year anniversary by inviting internet date Mark to share their bed for the night.

Mark’s desperate search for something more than a one-night stand in a world where romance is all but dead makes Jamie begin to question the stability of his relationship and whether he may have found himself looking for love in all the wrong places.

Blowing Whistles was written by Matthew Todd, editor of Attitude, the UK’s biggest selling gay lifestyle magazine.

It will play at the Leicester Square Theatre from 23rd October to 29th November.

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