Wed 12 February
WTF Wednesday: Harry Clayton-Wright – Sex Education
WTF Wednesdays presented in association with Word of Warning
A Pay-What-You-Decide event (suggested donation £5)
One parent refuses to talk about sex. The other buys their child gay porn DVDs.
Sex Education by Harry Clayton-Wright explores how we learn about sex and how it shapes our lives, blending a no holds barred interview with his mum, startling performance, moving storytelling and some good old-fashioned gay porn that Harry’s dad bought for him when he was 14.
Delivered with the candour, positivity and charm that have made him an acclaimed international touring success (Briefs: Close Encounters), join Harry as he delves into his sexual past, live on stage: The good, the bad and everything in between. This is a show for anyone who’s wondered why they want what they want.
Brighton Fringe Award winner (2017).
Total Theatre Award nominee (2019).
As this is a Pay What You Decide event, we know some people who book tickets won’t turn up on the night so we send out more tickets than there are places. We do our best to get the numbers right but we advise you arrive early to ensure you get a seat! We don’t often have to disappoint people but if we can’t fit you in we will try to offer you tickets to another show in The Lowry that night.
‘Clayton-Wright has complete control over the room’s mood. Achingly funny, filthy and tender.’
‘Extraordinary. An exuberant, propulsive and often hilarious hour.’
WTF are WTF Wednesdays
WTF Wednesdays are series of evenings presenting work that is challenging, quirky, off-the-wall, on-the-nose and really pushing the boundaries of performance.
We want you to take a risk, to step outside your comfort zone and experience something totally new.
And to make things easier for you, all of our WTF Wednesday events are ‘Pay What You Decide’ (with a suggested donation of £5) – meaning that you don’t pay until after the show, and even then you only pay what you think the performance was worth!
Whoever said asking ‘WT actual F’ was a bad thing?