It’s all chemsex and zombie knives in London
but I know you’ll steer well clear of that…
Scottish David OHP is leaving London. He’s going back home. To Glasgow, to Mother, to marriage. But before he moves he’s organised one last meeting of the ‘Queen Mother Remembrance Society’ AKA group-sex for like-minded Royalists...
‘Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer’ is a site-specific performance set in a function room that premiered on 13 May 2017 at Camden People’s Theatre.
As a depiction of repression – both personal and social – and of the media hyperbole around chemsex it’s brilliant and hilarious
Ridiculous and often intensely awkward, this is one of the most imaginative pieces of theatre I have seen in a long time. The Lees-Haworth comedy duo have a great future ahead of them.
Charlotte Irwin, A Younger TheatreLive Theatre UK
It is sad. It is funny. It is real.
Max May, Live Theatre UK
Writer Paul Haworth has put together a really fascinating story which is full of surprises throughout
Terry Eastham, LondonTheatre1
appearing to snort sex enhancing drugs on stage is probably unwise in this day and age and the accompanying joke concerning the late Queen Mother was in poor taste
Graham Archer, West End Wilma