• by Jordan Waller
  • directed by
    Anna Fox
  • starring
    Jordan Waller

Outrageous humour and poignant storytelling

Son of Dyke is the hilarious true story of a young, cocksure gay man who crumbles after the death of his lesbian mother, which launches him on a journey to find his sperm-donor father. 

Following a sell-out, five-star run at Vault Festival in London, Son of Dyke is written and performed by Jordan Waller (ITV’s Victoria, Darkest Hour). It’s an evening of outrageous humour and poignant storytelling that gets to the heart of what it means to be a modern man.

If you want to see real honesty on stage at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, then look no further than Jordan Waller’s autobiographical Son of Dyke, which has a limited run at Underbelly Cowgate.

Greg StewartTheatre Weekly

As touching and emotional as it is uproarious, Son of Dyke breaks the mold to portray the experiences of modern life in a completely unfiltered way.

Greg StewartTheatre Weekly