Patrick Cash

Patrick Cash

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About Me

I'm a writer living, working and loving in London. I most often write about LGBT+ issues, as I believe it's important to be visible and outspoken. 

I write for the theatre, with productions including a queer adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Arcola Theatre; The ClinicQueersThe Chemsex Monologues, all at the King's Head Theatre, Superficial at The Glory, and The HIV Monologues at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, coming under my work with Dragonflies Theatre

The HIV Monologues and The Chemsex Monologues will be returning for long runs at the start of 2017. Both plays have been published by Oberon Books, and copies can be ordered here

I host two open-mic nights in London: the poetry and performance night Spoken Word London, and the gay men's wellbeing forum Let's Talk About Gay Sex & Drugs, in association with Soho sexual health clinic 56 Dean Street. I've been lucky enough to have performed as a poet at nights across London and Paris, including the ICA, Shakespeare & Company and Latitude Festival. 

Journalistically, I am a contributing editor to Attitude, and write for Vice. In 2015 I was named 'One to Watch' on the Independent on Sunday's Rainbow List as a playwright, and last year I was placed 88 on the Pride Power List published in the Observer. If you'd like more information on me or my writing, feel free to contact me on the tab above.