Three plays about sex written & performed by Natasha Sutton Williams.
Meet three characters contending with bad sex, sad sex and sometimes even clown sex. These timely one-woman plays remind us all of the squelchy, awkward and sometimes even glorious sides of sex.
Time Out’s and Camden New Journal’s pick of Camden Fringe 2018
AUDIENCE PRAISE FOR CLOWN SEX
"The three different acts each portrayed a raw and gritty no-stop roll of emotions. What a talented actress, great to have seen it. ★★★★"
"Natasha Sutton Williams is a talent to look out for. This was clever, challenging & funny & definitely not a comfortable, cosy experience. Well written, short & sharp & very dark. ★★★★"
PRAISE FOR NATASHA SUTTON WILLIAMS' OTHER ONE WOMAN SHOWS
“Authentic and unexpected comedy... laugh-out-loud funny” The Reviews Hub ★★★★
“Sutton Williams oozes talent... startling, edgy and impressive performance” Broadway World ★★★★
“If you want to spend an hour of your night belly laughing you’ll be well catered for” Female Arts ★★★★
“An amusing and charmingly chaotic production.” Ginger Wig & Strolling Man ★★★★
“I laughed out loud the entire way through & could have happily watched another hour” London Theatre 1 ★★★★
Natasha Sutton Williams is an award winning writer, composer, actor and journalist. Her plays have been produced at multiple London venues including Freud The Musical at VAULT Festival 2018 and King’s Head Theatre, Brother Don’t Preach at Theatre 503 Dead Lucy at Southwark Playhouse, Brasserie Zedel and Waterloo East Theatre, and Clown Sex at Arcola Theatre. Natasha has been twice shortlisted for Soho Theatre’s Young Writers’ Award and co-facilitates their Young Writers’ Alumni programme. She recently graduated the Criterion Theatre’s New Writing programme. She is currently co-writing More More More, a new musical which is in development with The Other Palace.