The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks heads to London on UK tour

Yet To Be is to bring their ground-breaking show The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks to London in September.

Written and directed by company co-founder Charlie Whitworth, the show will play at The Other Palace on 3 September as part of a UK tour.

The show, which carries an age recommendation of 18+, serves as a captivating exploration of toxic masculinity, sex tourism, and the enduring bonds of friendship between three men.

Making up the cast are Marina O’Shea, Cerys Phillips and Estelle Buckridge.

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 women, we follow Liam, Peter and Michael on their travels. Sometimes funny, sometimes groan-inducing, the show explores toxic masculinity, sex tourism and the friendship between these three men.

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The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks first premiered in development at the Exeter Fringe Festival in 201 before its debut staging at Exeter Phoenix in October 2021.

Following its run in London, the show will tor to Exeter Phoenix (14 September), The Brewhouse, Taunton (22 September), Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol (26 – 27 September) and The Theatre Shop, Clevedon (14 October).

Watch a trailer for the show below…

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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