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From the twisted mind of Freud the Musical and Lesbian Pirates! comes Clown Sex.
Long-time dweller of the London sewer system, Gary Strange has discovered a unique way to become intimate with his high-rise neighbours: listening to their innermost secrets through plug holes, drainpipes and washing machine fittings. They all have one thing in common – they are desperate for connection. Join Gary amongst the fatbergs and flushed pets as he basks in the joy of filth, encountering stories of bad sex, sad sex and even clown sex.
The show is a boundary-blurring rollercoaster of theatre, comedy and performance art, bouncing from hilarity to tragedy and back again.
This highly physical triptych gives an unflinching account of the psychologically damaging ways we define ourselves through sex. It shines a light on human fragility, illuminating the joys and sorrows of giving in to our most secret desires.
Cast & Creative Team Writer and Actor: Natasha Sutton Williams
Natasha is an award-winning writer, composer, and actor. Her one-woman show Freud The Musical has been a Time Out London and Time Out New York top pick. Her plays have been produced at multiple London venues. She is an Associate Artist at the Albany 2022 - 24.
Natasha is currently developing her musical Lesbian Pirates! about the real life lesbian pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read battling the 18th Century patriarchy.
Natasha recently adapted Clown Sex into a 6-part comedy drama podcast series. Listen to it wherever you get your podcasts!
Producer: Steph J Weller for PlayWell Productions
Steph is an Old Vic 12 trained and Stage One supported theatre producer, annually delivering work with national and international artists. Alongside developing a number of theatre productions via her company PlayWell Productions, Steph is a producer for Reading Rep and produces the annual ACE-funded Reading Fringe Festival. Steph is supported by China Plate via their Darkroom programme.
Steph is founder of PlayWell Productions CIC which supports artists to share their stories, elevating their visibility and giving equal opportunity and voice. These stories are created by queer, female, non-binary, disabled, and global majority artists. Learn more at www.playwellproductions.co.uk