Sun 21st Jan 2024

Time: 3:00pm


Brooklyn Rep Presents our final play at The Glory!

Come on down to the Glory basement on Sunday, 21st January at 3pm for a staged reading of Too Much Pills and Liquor, a new gay play by David Levesley starring Dan de la Motte and directed by Charles Quittner.

After years of trying to make connections in London, Sam has found a shortcut: work for a celebrity. Having landed the job as pop star Riley Sibanda’s Substack editor, his old queer life of charity work and self-loathing is having to make way for a new life of k holes and… a little bit less self-loathing. But with the queer community under greater threat than ever and fascism on the rise, can Sam keep justifying darkrooms as a type of activism?

Inspired by the musical Cabaret, Too Much Pills And Liquor is a look at white gay men’s relationship to the world beyond them, and what happens when self-care gets in the way of the real work.

Featuring songs by Eden Tredwell and Rachel Blaquière


Please note The Glory is a queer venue run by queer people, for queer people and their allies. We operate a zero-tolerance policy towards homophobia, transphobia, racism, misogyny and discrimination of any kind. Be respectful or you will be asked to leave. Strictly no office, hen or stag parties allowed.


The Glory is a very old building with pre-existing accessibility issues and while we’ve strived to make the space user friendly, there is no ‘easy’ wheelchair accessibility to all areas of the venue.


The main bar is accessible, though the toilets are up a flight of 3 stairs with a handrail. Wheelchairs cannot access the toilets however. There is a local restaurant a few doors down who have an accessible toilet that they are happy for our customers to use.


To access shows in the basement there is a narrow flight of 12 stairs with a handrail.


The main bar has plenty of seats and tables. Ticketed shows are seated unless otherwise stated.