Puppetry of the Penis comes to New Wimbledon Theatre next month

Published by Daniel Bennifer on September 12, 2016 3:35 pm
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Direct from Vegas, the Ancient Art of Genital Origami comes to the New Wimbledon Theatre for one night only on October 20.

Puppetry of the Penis will be coming to the New Wimbledon Theatre for one night only, on October 20, the producers behind the Vegas-based show have announced.

Having been hosted in more than 35 countries and performed in 6 different languages, Puppetry of the Penis has now played to the bulk of the Western World, where it has delighted audiences with its hilarious “array of shapes and impersonations.”

It sees two near-naked men – they wear shoes – manipulating their nether regions using the “Ancient Art of Genital Origami”, all of which is projected onto a “huge video screen.” This latest incarnation of the show comes direct from sin city itself, and will feature creator and original cast member, Simon Morley – of whom has performed to the likes of Elton John, Madonna, the Spice Girls, David Beckham, Bono, Carrie Fisher and Amy Schumer.

The show promises to feature “all of your favourites”, including the Eiffel Tower, the Lochness Monster, the Pelican and of course, the iconic Hamburg- er, along with a host of new additions, such as Miley Cyrus, Yoda, and the Kardashian, that promise to “rock you into hilarious fits of laughter.”

Despite the name of the show, and the fact it contains full frontal male nudity, the show is entirely “non-sexual”, as the following snippet from the producers makes clear:

“We understand the title can be a little scary, but be rest assured we are experts at talking about our show in the cleanest possible way. It’s just comedy after all. This is a non-sexual show and does contain full frontal male nudity.”

Puppetry of the Penis will run at the New Wimbledon Theatre for one-night only on October 20. Tickets are available to purchase now through ATG. It’s the “perfect show for all occasions”, so don’t miss out.

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