Venue: King's Head Theatre
What happens when you’re in your thirties and your dreams have vanished?
This ground-breaking one-man monodrama, written and performed by Michael Batten, follow the double-life of Jonas Harland, gay jobbing-actor and webcam-model.
Back by popular demand in time for Pride, Self Tape explores modern relationships – both in-person and virtual, aiming to break the manifold taboos of sex-work.
Self Tape is directed by Scott Le Crass (Rose), with Sound Design by Julian Starr and Lighting Design by Joseph Bryant.
The play runs at the King’s Head Theatre in London from 18 June to 2 July 2023.
Duration – 70 minutes; Age Guidance is 16+; Content warning: the play contains strong language, homophobic language, nudity, explicit sexual content, suicide references, and paedophilia references.Website & Booking
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