Wolfboy (2 stars)

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This article is from 2009.

Wolfboy

This musical adaptation of Brad Fraser’s play feels like someone’s titillating soft-core fantasy, in which two troubled boyband-pretty teens with hard bodies and perky nipples come very close to kissing but can only cope with bashfully simulating blow-jobs. Unintentionally funny, with unmemorable songs, prosaic lyrics, bum notes and a lumbering cameo from Lee from Steps, the coyness about the boys’ sexuality is infuriating, while the subtext – that gays are paedos or murderers – is offensive.

George Square Theatre, 651 1292, until 31 Aug, 5pm, £8.50–£10.50 (£7.50–£9).

This article is from 2009.

Wolfboy

  • 2 stars

Teenage boys share intimate adventures in a psychiatric hospital - Benny's attempted suicide, David's a hustler with the powers of a wolf? A psychosexual musical thriller based on Brad Fraser's play by Russell Labey ('New Boy') and Leon Parris.

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