These seven playful short plays were specially written for Valentine’s weekend 2015 by seven members of Lost City Writers. The plays ranged from the invention of sex in a Scottish loch 385 million years ago to a nightclub dancer’s clever pick-up lines, from a TV reality show that follows the wedding couple all the way to the bedroom to a woman’s seduction technique so effective that it can be adapted and used by any female member of the audience. And we haven’t yet mentioned the couple that have never touched, the angry burlesque dancer or how poor Sara ended up in a very unpleasant film.
The Sexy Seven enjoyed a sold-out run for three days at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden.
— Matilda Velevitch (@velevitch) 14 February 2015
The seven plays were:
The Invention of Sex by Mark Hibbett
Little Demons by Matilda Velevitch
Star Ride by Ali Ferrar
Sara’s Night by Tamara Al-Bassam
The Constructed Couple by Emma Harwood
Sweet Truth by Natsu Hirukawa
The Wrestling by Alex Dawson
The Sexy Seven starred Jonathan Cobb, Christina Baston, Joshua Barton and Sheetal Kapoor. It was directed by Eloise Lally and produced by Alex Dawson.