Spring Lamb in association with Park Theatre presents 

Cowboys and Lesbians

Written and Directed by Billie Esplen

 

 

Nina and Noa are 17 and wasting their youth on flashcards and fantasies about their teachers. They’ve never been to a party, they’ve never been kissed, and they’re absolutely never going to admit that they fancy each other. That is, until they start writing a Hollywood romance, inventing a fantasy world of lust, betrayal, and sexy cowboys. But, while making fun of all the classic teen romance clichés, they begin to realise that the real love story might have been under their noses the whole time... 

Cowboys and Lesbians is a queer romantic comedy which examines the intersection between sexuality and fantasy through the eyes of two closeted teenage girls, highlighting just how much the stories we consume affect the ones we tell about ourselves. 

 

★★★★ ‘Superb... brilliantly funny’ The Times

★★★★★ ‘Outrageously funny... Excellent performances and phenomenal writing’ A Young(ish) Perspective

★★★★.5 ‘A delightful and quirky experience that tugs at the heartstrings’ The Reviews Hub

★★★★ ‘Pilkington and Vyvyan are magnetic stage personalities’ Broadway World

★★★★ ‘An incredibly heartfelt and honest portrayal that would make anyone melt’ Operation Live Theatre

★★★★ ‘Utterly charming... admirably down-to-earth and a richly-felt’ All That Dazzles

★★★★ ‘It is a joy to see a queer coming of age story played out on stage’ The Spy in the Stalls

★★★★ ‘Funny, charming, and full of heart’ Adventures in Theatreland

★★★★ 'As a queer theatre piece it is hard to fault' Reviews Gate 

★★★★★ ‘A revelation’ Broadway Baby

★★★★★ ‘Fiercely funny...highly camp, uproariously funny’ Ed Fringe Review

★★★★★ ‘Refreshing, original and hilarious’ London Theatre Reviews

★★★★ ‘A genius work of satire’ Broadway World

★★★★ ‘Leaves the audience feeling pure joy’ The Student

★★★★ ‘Heart-warming’ Theatre Weekly

★★★★ ‘An hour of joy’ Watch That Scene

★★★★ ‘I have never seen this done before in such a clever way’ North West End

Images by Lidia Crisafulli and design by Kate Weir. Production photos by Jake Bush.