Self Tape returns to The King’s Head Theatre this June

Ground-breaking one-man, gay monodrama. Self Tape is back by popular demand in time for Pride at The Kings Head Theatre 18 June – 2 July following a sell-out run in April as part of their Queer Interrogation season.

Self Tape Kings Head TheatreFrom self-tape auditions to performing as a gay webcam model, what price will Jonas Harland – a jobbing-actor & council-estate boy ‘done good’ – pay in his attempts to win the career he has always dreamt of? Money may be tight, but is it worth sacrificing his peace of mind, his personal relationships and the little joy that remains, for the risk of exposure as he descends into the world of cyber-sex?

Self Tape is a new play written and performed by Michael Batten, and directed by Scott Le Crass, whose production of Martin Sherman’s Rose with Maureen Lipman is transferring to the West End this month. Sound Design by Julian Starr and Lighting Design by Joseph Bryant.

Following sell out performances in April as part of their Queer Interrogation season the ground-breaking, critically acclaimed Gay play Self Tape is back for a limited run at The Kings Head Theatre from 18th June – 2nd July.



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