Schlong Song


Stand-up storytelling, hip-hop heroics, and emotional nudity collide in Woody Shticks' smash-hit smackdown of sexual misadventure.
Mating In Captivity at King's Head Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Comedy
Venue: King's Head Theatre
Starts: Thursday 25 July 2019
Closes: Sunday 28 July 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Synopsis


Stand-up storytelling, hip-hop heroics, and emotional nudity collide in Woody Shticks' smash-hit smackdown of sexual misadventure.


Shticks' days inside a Puritan cult give way to nights inside consenting adults on a quest to answer the timeless query: “What is gay shit, and where do I find it?”


Hop on the scenic route to the bone zone - through good sex, bad luck, and the warmest corners of your own sticky mind - in this honest onslaught of hanky-panky hijinks!


Hailed as "razor-sharp" by Seattle Star, "comedy gold" by BroadwayWorld, and "too gay to book anything but children's theatre" by his college acting teacher, Woody Shticks has taught children's theatre in 48 United States, headlined the Seattle Fringe and the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, and pole danced his way into hearts and pants around the globe.


Get all the tricks and treats before the show at WoodyShticks.com!


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Theatre


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Postal address:
115 Upper Street
Islington
London N1 1QN

Box office tel: 0207 226 8561

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Dates


Previews from:Thursday 25 July 2019

Closes:Sunday 28 July 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Thursday ‑ 9‑00pm

Friday ‑ 9‑00pm

Saturday ‑ 9‑00pm


Matinee:

Saturday - 5-00pm

Sunday - 5-00pm


Tickets


Standard:
£19.50

Concessions:
£18

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Cast


Woody Shticks

Creatives


Author: Woody Shticks

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