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Dumbledore Is So Gay


It ain't easy being Jack...

He got sorted into Hufflepuff using the official online quiz, hates studying French, and is in love with his best friend Ollie. Dodging bullies, keeping secrets, and trying to get the guy is too much for Jack to take. So, he pulls out his trusty Time Turner and does it all over again. Maybe this time he’ll get into Gryffindor.

Dumbledore Is So Gay is a nostalgic hug to coming of age, coming out, and growing up with Harry Potter.

Credits for 21st - 26th September 2021, Pleasance


Alex Britt – Jack

Charlotte Dowding – Gemma, Sally, Madame Dubois and more

Max Percy – Ollie, Martin and more



Written by Robert Holtom
Directed by Tom Wright

Produced by Hannah Elsy Productions

Movement Director Rachael Nanyonjo
Set and Costume Designer Natalie Johnson
Lighting Designer Rory Beaton
Composer and Sound Designer Peter Wilson

Associate Lighting Designer Catja Hamilton

Video On Demand stream filmed by Darius Shu for Silverprince Pictures



General Manager Grace Dickson

Technical Stage Manager Pip Snow

Carpentry Simon Morgan

Production Illustrator Alex Harwood

Production Photography Alex Brenner

Press and PR Chloe Nelkin Consulting

Programme Design Charlie Mackellar

Accountancy Andy Williamson for Nyman Libson Paul



Supported using public funding from Arts Council England

This production would not have been possible without the support of 23 generous individuals, who include: Callum Bennett, Peter Dudas, Margaret Elsy, John Frewin, Elizabeth Holtom, Bruce Holtom, Gill Ryland, and Mary Sharp

Production stills by Alex Brenner.



★★★★★ ‘Irresistible’– The Daily Express

★★★★★  ‘Sizzles with wit and humour’ – Broadway World 

★★★★★ 'Excellent storytelling to rival even what JK comes up with’ – Boyz Magazine

★★★★ ‘Joyous’ – The Stage

★★★★★ ‘A wonderfully poignant but uplifting play that will undoubtedly touch the hearts of anyone who sees it’ – Theatre Weekly


★★★★ and a half ‘Extremely uplifting’ – London Theatre Reviews

★★★★ and a half ‘A sparkling coming of age comedy’ - The Reviews Hub

★★★★ ‘Deserves to be seen by the widest audience possible’ – A Younger Theatre


★★★★ – ReviewsGate

'The queer coming-of-age story Harry Potter fans deserve' – Pink News

I’ll eat my sorting hat if this doesn’t have further life