Three Way

Three Way

As we move forward into what we hope is a more inclusive and embracing world, the B of LGBTQ+ is still regularly left silent, particularly when it comes to men. Three Way explores some of the many misconceptions about bisexual men, whether they really exist, whether they are as promiscuous as the internet says, and whether they can even be trusted.

Three Way is a collection of three monologues. Collectively these monologues explore topics of identity, regret, shame and love across a spectrum of life experience and ask the questions ‘is it ever too late to accept who you are’, ‘is there ever room for ethics in a relationship based on physical touch’, and ‘do we ever really forget the ones that hurt us first?’

Three Way is designed to not only be inclusive but also to help remove the stigma behind being an openly bisexual man in the twenty-first century. As many bisexual members of the LGBTQ+ community suffer with mental illness, anxieties and thoughts of suicide about their sexual orientation, Three Way aims to shine a light on the bisexual man and truly acknowledge their existence with the community.

Three Way is a “bold and stimulating piece of theatre”, “truly insightful” and with “bold speeches”

Broadway World

Three Way treat the subject of bisexuality with sensitivity” and “Helen Millington’s direction of Three Way really brings out the humanity of the piece”

View from the Outside

‘This play reaches out to the bisexual community like a salute to our existence. It says loud and proud “we see you, we hear you and you’re not alone”.’

Istoria Lit

“Split Infinitive are a interesting company with enormous potential, approaching delicate subject matter with wit and good hearts”

London Pub Theatres

Book tickets:

The Lion & Unicorn Theatre (Camden)

24th – 28th August

The Empty Space (Salford)

7th – 11th September

PACE for DMU Pride Festival (Leicester)

16th February

Performance at the Camden Fringe Festival 2021 
Photographed by Elizabeth Mei Robin