WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Jack Saul was the most notorious male prostitute in Victorian London. Born in a Dublin slum, he worked his way into the upper echelons of the aristocracy, became embroiled in two major scandals, and was the central character in an infamous work of pornography. But it was his involvement in the Cleveland Street male brothel, with its high profile clients, that secured his reputation. With wit, charm and compassion, and Charles Miller's wonderful new score, Glenn Chandler - the creator of TV's Taggart - unearths the colourful and tragic life of a true Victorian boy of pleasure.