Eight monologues written and directed by Ian Dixon Potter will be staged at the Rotunda Theatre from 17th to 20th May 2022 as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival. 
Trivial Dispute, Denial and Confession will be performed by Neil Summerville.
Transhuman and The Beast will be performed by Melanie Thompson
Solitaire will be performed by David Vale
Love in the Time of Corona will be performed by Ivan Comisso
A Strange Romance will be performed by Thomas Everatt
Music composed by Neil Thompson

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2024 - The Musical

(A tale of love and hate in Stoke on Trent)


13th to 19th June 2022 at White Bear Theatre

138 Kennington Park Road, London SE11


Written by Ian Dixon Potter

Music composed by Neil Thompson


In 2024 Stoke on Trent is a dangerous place for a European. Heidi has made her life in England but after losing her job she faces immediate deportation. Will she be captured by the sinister Unregistered & Illegal Aliens Enforcement Office with its unsympathetic officials and vast network of eager informers? Will she find somewhere to hide? Will she even find love amidst the hatred and intolerance of post Brexit Britain.



Boy Stroke Girl

by Ian Dixon Potter


Can you fall in love with someone if you don't know their gender?  Peter is about to find out when he falls for the sexually ambiguous ‘Blue’.  Their relationship poses a challenge to Peter’s identity, forcing him to face some difficult questions: To what extent are we all encouraged to conform to narrow culturally defined stereotypes, to label and to pigeon-hole ourselves?  Are these labels a form of straight jacket, by adapting to them do we compromise our true nature and can we defy the ultimate label of gender?   Casting caution to the wind, Peter’s passion for Blue provokes prejudice and hostility from friends and family in a tale of sexual liberation and shattered taboos.

First performed at the Brighton Fringe Festival, then at Tristan Bates Theatre, Covent Garden & Etcetera Theatre, Camden, the next production will be in Lisbon (at Centro Cultural Malaposta) translated into Portuguese and directed by Isabel Medina.