New play All That on sale now after casting announcement

All That – West Avenue’s new play about sex, relationships and monogamy – will debut at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town, this June; with tickets on sale now.

BAFTA Rocliffe prize-winning writer Shaun Kitchener pens and performs in the comedy-drama, directed by Jamie-Rose Monk.

The play puts two gay couples – one in an open relationship, one not – under one roof; where wires cross, tensions escalate and things get messy in more ways than one.

The piece is a funny, frank and razor-sharp examination of modern gay romance; performed by a stellar cast of emerging talent. Christopher Cohen, James Robert-Moore, Tom Bovington and Roberta Morris complete the cast.

Kitchener said: “All That isn’t only exciting because it shares its name with a Carly Rae-Jepsen slow-jam. It’s pretty timely, I think: open relationships among gay couples are still a bit of a taboo – even within the community itself. I know I myself was quite ignorant about it all before I properly got going with this script.

“The play isn’t a holier-than-thou lecture, it’s a look at how people judge these sorts of things; and how misguided those judgements can be. It’s generally quite a light play but hopefully it’ll give people something to think about on the tube home.

“The cast and director are all absolutely amazing and I can’t wait to get started.”

All That is produced by West Avenue, whose previous work includes Positive (★★★★★ Attitude, ★★★★ The Stage), which was strongly praised for its tackling of stigma around HIV; and festive comedy Christmas Farce (★★★★★ – LondonTheatre1).

It plays from June 6-10 at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town, at 7:30pm. Tickets are on sale now from

New play All That for performance in June – casting now open

West Avenue will debut a new play this summer, about two very different gay couples living under one roof.

From the company behind Positive (Park Theatre 2015, ***** Attitude **** The Stage) and Christmas Farce (***** LondonTheatre1) comes All That, a new comedy-drama by BAFTA Rocliffe prize-winner Shaun Kitchener about love and monogamy; directed by Jamie-Rose Monk. Light and funny but with a thought-provoking undercurrent, the piece shines a light on a subject that’s becoming increasingly prominent – but not often talked-about.

All That is being performed from June 6-10 at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre near Kentish Town, for five performances only. Tickets will be on-sale soon.

In the meantime, casting is now open.

West Avenue are seeking three more actors to complete the cast, with auditions to be held in London on Wednesday 12th April.

The characters who are still to be cast are all male, aged mid-20s up to 30. Actors of all ethnicities, accents, body types etc are urged to apply. This is a profit share venture but, to aid with expenses, there will be a minimum payment guaranteed.

To apply, or for more information on the roles, remuneration, auditions and anything else, please email with a link to a showreel. (Note the .co at the end of the email address – not .com or Please get in touch by Thursday, 6th April to guarantee consideration.

Alternatively, apply via Casting Call Pro here.