The play touches on many different types of love, the love between two friends, the love between brothers and the love between partners Mark (Gareth Cobham) and Aiden (Richard Carlin). Unfortunately at the start of the play, Mark and Aiden's relationship is on the rocks, even their best friend Sam can't talk sense into them and Aiden's little brother Ben is more interested in the beer and sausage rolls to offer any form of help.
What happens when love resets itself like a computer?
Find out in Mate's Rates by Wes Williams. Directed by Anthony Proctor. Part of Grin Theatre's wonderful festival of LGBT plays Queertet. 22-24 July, 2015. www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk
Tickets priced at £12/£10 (conc)* can be purchased from the Unity Theatre Box Office: 0844 873 2888, Box Office (local): 0151 709 4988, via this link https://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk/whats-on/queertet-2015.html or in person at the theatre, 1 Hope Place, Liverpool, L1 9BG.
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