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King’s Head Theatre presents: F*cking Men at The Vaults

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Time 19:30
Date 04/12/16
Price £20
  • Produced by King's Head Theatre
  • Price Tickets from £20 to £35
  • Get ready to catch the multiple smash-hit, sell-out play at its new home in Waterloo this winter
  • Bring along fans of writer Joe DiPietro’s celebrated Memphis and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
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  • See you at The Vaults

Running from 2nd November to 4th December, Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro’s F*cking Men comes to The Vaults Theatre in Waterloo for a month of fearless theatre.

Inspired by classic play La Ronde, Tony Award winning writer Joe DiPietro transplants the interweaving tales of sexual power, discovery and exploration onto today’s gay scene. A slick dramatic comedy of gay sexual manners, ten characters circle through a series of erotic encounters, exploring whether gay men are increasingly trapped by monogamy, or whether their sexual encounters are fuelled by hunger for elusive, meaningful connections. This fearless and audacious celebration of sexuality will fascinate audiences of every persuasion.

‘A great night’s entertainment. Highly recommended.’ 

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BritishTheatre.com 

‘With a ballsy title, one would expect a ballsy play and DiPietro certainly does not disappoint. F*cking Men brings Grindr to life.’ 

****

 British Theatre Guide

‘Superb writing and wonderful performances. Much more involving and thought-provoking than the title may imply.’

****

Gay Times

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend F*cking Men at The Vaults on 2nd November at 19:30. To enter the competition, send an email to ava@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: F*cking Men is inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s classic play, La Ronde, but what does the name refer to in English?

A: .1) A dead end .2) A round dance .3) A spate of good luck .4) A jealous person