The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks

Exeter Fringe Festival

Fri 15 Oct 2021

Category

Other Information

"16+ (Contains strong language and sexual references)

Price

£12* (£10.50*)

Time

8.30pm

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The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks

Yet To Be | Written by Charlie Whitworth

‘You place your order and sit down in one of the cubicles. The girl you’ve ordered comes over, delivers the coffee and then ducks under the table to get to business.’

Three blokes decide to do an epic grand tour of Europe to sample all the forbidden and exploited delights that the continent has to offer.

Performed entirely by female actors, The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks follows Liam, Peter and Michael on their travels as they revise what they think is right and wrong, challenge their friendship to breaking point and question their relationship as men to women.


Part of Exeter Fringe Festival | Mon 11 – Sun 17 Oct

Exeter Fringe Festival is making a comeback this October by entertaining audiences and supporting local theatre makers in person. From Mon 11 to Sun 17 Oct, the Exeter Fringe Festival, supported by Exeter Northcott Theatre, will include live performances, running alongside a research and development programme, work in progress showings and panel events. The festival will take place in person, with Covid guidelines in place to ensure safety of audiences and performers.


Creative Details

Yet To Be is a newly formed theatre company, which brings together Charlie Whitworth of Write By Numbers / Eager Spark and Marina O’Shea of O’Shea & O’Gaukroger / O&O Physical Theatre Ensemble.

The focus of Yet To Be is to produce thought provoking, new and original ensemble performance work for theatre with an intention to grow their practice to experiment in mixing artforms – making work that is vital for its audiences; that ignites curiosity, discussion and that challenges whilst it entertains.


VENUE: Studio 1, EXETER PHOENIX


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