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    Clown Sex
    • 05 Mar -
      09 Mar 2024
      05 Mar - 09 Mar 2024

    A hilarious triptych of entertaining, provocative and titillating tales that unpack social and sexual taboos, Clown Sex is a critically acclaimed solo show from Natasha Sutton Williams

    Experience the twisted, tantalising world of Gary Strange: a cheery inhabitant of the London sewers who is hungry for human connection and eavesdrops on his neighbours’ carnal desires. One benefit of living in London’s innards is Gary can listen to his high-rise neighbours through drainpipes and plugholes, overhearing stories of bad sex, sad sex and even clown sex.

    Gary recounts a day in the life of a failed teacher and party animal, a journalist’s enlightening sexual encounter with a feline friend, and Gary’s own experience of getting jiggy with a kink-positive clown. From garlic-flavoured nipples to cat cunnilingus, Clown Sex is funny, grotesque and surprisingly relatable.

    The show unpacks social and sexual taboos in a hilarious triptych of tales that will entertain, provoke and titillate in equal measure. Highly visceral, it makes audiences laugh, cry, and even gag. Expect the unexpected.

    Clown Sex sold out and received critical acclaim at the Pleasance during Edinburgh Fringe 2023. The show sold out at Vault 2023 and returned due to popular demand.

    NOMINEE – Best Performance, OFFIES 2023
    NOMINEE – People’s Choice, VAULT 2023
    NOMINEE – Edinburgh OffFest 2023

    Written and performed by Natasha Sutton Williams
    Produced by Steph J Weller
    Directed by François Testory and Phoebe Ladenburg
    Lighting Design by Robert Wells

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    TIME: 7.30pm

    • *****

      “Unique and mouthwatering.”

      North West End
    • ★★★★½
      “Examines sex in all its messy glory.”

      Breaking The Fourth Wall
    • ****

      “Sutton Williams is a master of the form.”

      The Scotsman
    • ****

      “Devilishly funny.”

      Somewhere For Us
    • ****

      “Twisted, perverse, funny and tragic.”

      Voice Mag
    • ****

      “Naughty and impressive.”

      Theatre Weekly

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