It's 2028 and Prince George is pissed off.
The Queen is dead, the Monarchy is set to follow and he really, really wants to be King.
Fourteen, insta-famous and with the school year on the horizon George would literally rather die than leave the Palace. But a storm is brewing. Public and political unrest. The People want a revolution.
Time is running out and plots must be laid. This pampered-up pup isn't planning on going quietly. Or at all.
With his first solo work since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts, Patrick Livesey presents a queer satire about privilege, growing up and failed expectations. The Boy, George is The Princess Diaries in reverse. A tanty of Shakespearean proportions. A meltdown fit for a would-be King.
Warning: Contains strong coarse language