Three blokes decide to do a grand sex tour of Europe; a punchy, funny, original and sometimes groan-inducing exploration of toxic masculinity, sex tourism and male friendship, performed entirely by women – from Yet To Be
‘You place your order and sit down in one of the cubicles. The girl you’ve ordered comes over, delivers the coffee and then ducks under the table to get to business.’
Three blokes decide to do a grand sex tour of Europe to sample all the forbidden and exploited delights that the continent has to offer. Performed entirely by women, The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks follows Liam, Peter and Michael on their travels as sex tourists as they describe the various brothels, prostitutes and more obscure sexual offerings that they encounter. Along the way they question what they think is right and wrong, their ethics around various issues such as prostitution, challenge their friendship to breaking point and revise their relationship as men to women.
Written and directed by Charlie Whitworth, this shows launches Yet To Be with its mission to create original, punchy and entertaining work for audiences. Yet To Be are a performance company based in Exeter. They make thought-provoking, new and original performance work.
- RUNNING TIME1hr
- AGE RECOMMENDATION18+
- VENUEThe Wardrobe Theatre