A private audience with Ping Pong

Step into the Love Theater if you dare and meet Ping Pong from Thailand, whose risqué show will cast sex tourism in a new light.

 

Here’s your chance to meet Ping Pong, a sex worker from Thailand, who is ready to entertain you with a night of sensual play and debauchery.

At Fix&Foxy’s performance of Love Theater, the ten audience members (three times a day) have the chance to “enter into Ping Pong’s intimate sphere” to experience sex tourism’s strange combination of exploitation, liberation and intimacy.

We’ll leave out the raunchy details for you to discover, but in the words of Ping Pong herself: “I do everything to make you happy.”


Love Theater
ongoing, ends May 23; Pumpestationen, Ingerslevsgade 103, Cph V; tickets from 75kr, teaterbilletter.dk





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