F*cking Men returns to the King’s Head Theatre
Following smash-hit, sell-out runs in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, F*cking Men returns to the King’s Head Theatre for a strictly limited three-week run, celebrating the show’s critically acclaimed history at the venue featuring new cast members.
★★★★★ “The King’s Head Theatre continues to amaze and surprise with the shows they stage… this is one of the best” Boyz Magazine
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.
★★★★★ ”A great deal smarter than many other plays about affairs of the heart” West End Wilma
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.
★★★★★ “Without a doubt the best play I’ve seen at the King’s Head Theatre” Culture Fly
Artistic Director of the King’s Head Theatre, Adam Spreadbury-Maher says “After delighting audiences all over the UK, I’m thrilled that F*cking 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.”
★★★★★ “Will seduce you theatrically, emotionally, and mentally” Grumpy Gay Critic
★★★★★ “An awesome slice of gay life” London Theatre 1
★★★★ “A great night’s entertainment. Highly recommended” 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” Gay Times
Playwright Joe DiPietro
Director Mark Barford
Associate Director Richard De Lisle
Richard De Lisle
Performance Dates 16 May 2018 – 2 June 2018, 8.45pm
No performances 21 or 28 May
Matinees on 20, 27 May and 2 June at 4.45pm
Tickets Prices £25 Premium, £18 Standard, £15 Concession
Preview on 16 May £10 and Previews on 17 & 18 May £14