It’s all chemsex and zombie knives in London but I know you’ll steer well clear of that…
David is leaving London, he’s going back home to Glasgow, but before he moves he’s organised a meeting of the ‘Queen Mother Remembrance Society’ AKA a group-sex party for like-minded Royalists.
Written by Paul Haworth and performed by David G. Lees, ‘Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer’ is a site-specific performance set in a function room. It is a sex/drugs/body-positive musical comedy that invites small audiences for an unforgettable sex party.
Saturday 20 May at 17.30 and 20.00.
The venue is the function room upstairs at the Oak and Pastor, 86 Junction Rd, London N19 5QZ. It is on the first floor, accessible only by stairs. Doors open 15 minutes before the show. Performances begin promptly. Strictly no latecomers or readmittance. Tickets are ONLY available in advance. No refunds.
Paul Haworth is the author of ‘Silk Handkerchiefs’. He has released an album ‘Illegal Emotions’ with Sam de Groot and written poems, including ‘Welcome’ for the Barbican. David G. Lees has performed at the Barbican, V&A Museum and Battersea Art Centre. Paul and David previously collaborated on the play ‘Will Your Anchor Hold?’ and alongside Alex Brenchley they performed a variety show, 'An Evening With', at the Oak & Pastor in 2016.