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Stahl Theatre, West Street,Oundle
"I was doing something nobody had done before and if you're the first to do something,you have to be prepared to take the sh*t for it"
One the eve of one of the most imporant games of his career, Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas received a warning: The Sun newspaper was going to "out" him as gay.
This is the story of two Welsh names bruised, but not beaten, by media speculation: Gareth "Alfie" Thomas, 105 caps for Wales, once its captain and now the world's most porminent gay sportsman, and his hometown, Bridgend.
Working with Alfie himself, and young people in Bridgend, two of the UK's most exicting theatre companies - Out of Joint and National Threatre, Wales - have teamed up to tell a great story about sport, politics, secrets, life and learning to be yourself.
On Tuesday 28th April the performance will be followed by a post-show discussion with director Max Stafford-Clark and members of the company