UKTW - 25 years online
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Manwatching archive"So I think it's fair to say that most women almost definitely do masturbate. We just wait to discuss it until we're in an oddly anonymous but public situation like this one." A funny, frank, and occasionally explicit insight into heterosexual female desire, read out loud by a man. Each show begins with a male comedian being given a script they have never seen before. They then go onto read said script for the first time live in front of an audience which explores what one woman thinks about when she thinks about sex and men. Comedians to be announced.. MANWATCHING was developed in collaboration with the Royal Court and first performed as a work-in-progress at the Edinburgh Festival 2015 at Paines Plough's Roundabout.
Performers Will Adamsdale, Rob Beckett, Danny Brown, Adam Buxton, Nick Frost, Phill Jupitus, Miles Jupp, Funmbi Otomayo, Sunil Patel, Romesh Ranganathan, John-Luke Roberts, Mark Thomas, Thom Tuck, Arthur Smith, Phil Wang, Liam Williams.
Author An Anonymous Woman. Director Lucy Morrison. Lighting Jamie Spirito.

Manwatching

Manwatching (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01635489256. Details of all Manwatching archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1699147275

Archive Listings

10 May 17
to
20 May 17
Royal Court - Jerwood Theatre
West End
Greater London

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