The Milkman’s on His Way
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"Growing up gay, as a teenager, just when everyone else is becoming involved with the opposite sex, you're alone in having to hide your feelings. It's impossible to talk to anyone. It's not something you want to blurt out to your parents, your teachers or the boy you fancy. The only salvation is to find people like yourself. And that's a big step."
In the early 1980s, this coming-out novel broke new ground as a positive image of growing up gay. During the Section 28 debates, it was accused of 'glorifying' gay sex. This adaptation brings David Rees' book to the stage for the first time.
Warning: Sexual References/ Self-harm and suicide/ Sexual References