MANWATCHING to be Performed at Roundabout at The Little Theatre Festival in East London 24th & 26th May 2019

Published on Thu 2 May 2019

MANWATCHING, a play written by an anonymous woman, and performed by an unprepared man will be performed at Roundabout which will be in East Village, London as part of The Little Theatre Festival.

MANWATCHING is a funny, frank, and occasionally explicit insight into heterosexual female desire, read out by a man. The show begins with a male comedian being given a script they have never seen before. They read the script out loud, sight unseen, in front of an audience. This is a show about what one woman thinks about when she thinks about sex with men.

There will be two performances on Friday 24 May at 7pm and Sunday 26 May at 5.15pm with the male comedians to be announced. The show lasts 75 minutes and tickets are £10.

The Little Theatre Festival is presented by East Village and Roundabout and organised by Get Living. It runs from Friday 24 – Monday 27 May 2019 and takes place in East Village, 20 Victory Parade, London E15 2ER.

To book tickets for Friday 24 May click here.
To book tickets for Sunday 26 May click here.
To find out more about the festival click here.

MANWATCHING originally ran at the Royal Court in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs Wednesday 10 May – Saturday 20 May 2017.

Roundabout is a spaceship-like auditorium and the world’s first pop-up theatre. It is the creation of renowned theatre company Paines Plough.