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F***ing Men returns to the King's Head Theatre

Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle

FOLLOWING smash-hit, sell-out runs in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, F***ing Men is returning to the King’s Head Theatre for a strictly limited three-week run – from May 16 to June 2, 2018.

Inspired by classic play, La Ronde, Tony Award winning writer Joe DiPietro reinvents the interweaving tale of lust and longing for present day gay relationships.

Described as a slick dramatic comedy of 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, meaning connections.

This fearless and audacious celebration of sexuality will fascinate audiences of every persuasion.

Artistic Director of the King’s Head Theatre, Adam Spreadbury-Maher said: “After delighting audiences all over the UK, I’m thrilled that F***ing Men is returning home with a brand new cast. There’s something everyone can relate to in Joe DiPietro’s exploration of love, lust and intimacy, so don’t miss this funny, poignant piece about affairs of the heart this Spring.”

The new cast features Liam Darby, Richard De Lisle and August Ohlsson. Mark Barford directs and associate director is Richard De Lisle.

Tickets: £25 Premium, £18 Standard, £15 Concession, Preview on May 16 £10 and Previews on May 17 and 18 £14.

Times: 8.45pm. No performances on May 21 and 28. Matinees on May 20 and 27 and June 2 at 4.45pm.

Also at the King’s Head Theatre: Who Runs the World?, a season of work by female playwrights (April 24 to May 12, 2018).