While London is tripping on the heraldry of Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee, Ek is lying on his side with three doctors staring at his arsehole.
He never should have kissed a Tory.
HERPES is a new play about helplessness, and feeling like nothing is ever going to change. A show about this country’s insidious, stinking, neo-colonial politics which has – for too long – been allowed to masquerade as patriotism.
And it’s about herpes.
Supported by Arts Council England
16+ | This performance contains strong language, references to sex, self-harm and suicide.