By Shaun Kitchener
Benji’s mantra has just about got him through his first year with HIV but it’s not so much the virus that’s the problem - it’s everything that comes with it. Afraid of judgement and rejection, he’s put his love life on hold, stopped going out and kept a safe distance from his overbearing mother.
But that’s enough of that. With a little help from his sisterly housemate, it’s time he grabbed the world by the balls and started living in it again. How hard can it be...?
SPOILER: Nobody dies.
"...although packed with laughter, it is an honest and serious look at the way people react and manage things. It is the first time I have seen Kitchener or his writing; I hope we shall see much more of them both." British Theatre Guide