Three plays about sex written and performed by Natasha Sutton Williams:
one dark, one funny, one dark and funny.
The pansexuals are out of the closet. The predators are finally being called out. Surely a sexual revolution is just around the corner? Meet three characters contending with bad sex, sad sex and sometimes even clown sex. This hat trick of timely one-woman plays remind us all of the squelchy, awkward and sometimes even glorious sides of sex.
Time Out and Camden New Journal’s pick of the Camden Fringe 2018
“There are so many things Sutton Williams’ draws upon in the three plays, one is spoilt for choice” ★★★★½ Breaking the Fourth Wall
“This piece aimed to shock and hit its mark head on” A Younger Theatre
13 - 14 July at King’s Head Theatre, London £12
20 July at After Dark, Reading Fringe £10
Artsdepot residency dates: Mon 3 – Fri 7 June 2019
Lesbian Pirates! is the untold true story of the ruthless, maverick and lesbian pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read. These two women met in the 1710’s while cross-dressing as male pirates, fell in love, slaughtered swathes of men, stole treasure and escaped execution from the law.
Natasha Sutton Williams and Working Birthday will be collaborating with a cast of disabled performers to tell the story of these badass, gender-queer, sexually liberated women. During their Artsdepot residency they will be developing this swashbuckling adventure about disabled women who are fully possessed of their own sexuality and refuse to be victims.