Save Your Kisses For Me
“I lost my virginity at a bus-stop. Total disaster, bus came before I did”.
Save Your Kisses For Me was David Kerby-Kendall’s first play, originally staged in 2007. This is a performed reading of a new version. The play is a study of the difference between male and female friendships and what happens when two ‘straight’ men break down the macho, territorial boundaries and find a deep, emotional love for each other.
This poignant comedy evokes a summer of love, laughter, friendship, impossibly large gins, the abandoning of any pretence at adulthood, and a study of what happens when barriers collapse and friendship becomes love.
Theatre Company Reviews:
David Kerby-Kendall’s witty new flatshare comedy is a warm-hearted satire which modulates sharply into a melodrama about fidelity, bisexuality and free love. Despite the shift of gear, the show has an emotional integrity that’s highly satisfying. - THE SPECTATOR July 2007
Save Your Kisses For Me is a smart, witty take on life and relationships, and how even stable ones of many years standing are never quite as straightforward as they might appear. - WHATSONSTAGE July 2007