Arts & Culture

New show ‘Cruise’ heads for the West End stage

Inspired by a true story, a play exploring the AIDS epidemic during the 1980s will be the first new production to open in the West End since theatres closed last March.

‘Cruise’ follows the decisions made by a young man, who was told by doctors that he only had years to live, after being diagnosed with HIV.

Alicia has been speaking to the creators of the production.

‘Cruise’ runs from the 18 May – 13 June at the Duchess Theatre.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 5th May 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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