Queer Homo is an award-winning stand-up show about a straight guy who fell in love with another man. Juuso Kekkonen’s autobiographical tale about polyamory, BDSM and finding happiness has delighted thousands of people since its premiere in 2012, and now it’s finally the UK’s turn. Ranging from teenage traumas to transgender issues, and from gorilla sex to the depths of the human mind, Kekkonen’s show takes the audience on a mind-bending trip from the Big Bang all the way to the end of the universe.
The performances will take place at 7.00pm on 28 May and 8.00pm on 29 May.
This production is part of Brighton Fringe’s Finnish Season 2018.