Quentin Crisp was one of the most memorable figures of the twentieth century. Openly gay as early as the 1930s, Quentin spent decades being beaten up for refusing to be anything less than himself. His extraordinary courage and wit inspire to the present day.
Naked Hope, Mark Farrelly’s hugely-acclaimed solo play, is a glorious, uplifting celebration of Quentin’s life – and the urgent necessity to be your true self.
“Farrelly’s mastery of his audience is total. Brilliant.”