21.06.2014 | Culture | BY:

Actress and writer Florence Keith-Roach has teamed up with LIBRARY, a new  private members’ club for the eclectic literary and design communities, to put on a play that appoints women as the sexual predators and men as their prey. While simultaneously writing a sitcom called Frenching The Bully with with Freddy Syborn (Evening Standard’s 100 most influential people under 30, Bad Edication’s co writer with Jack Whitehall), Keith-Roach adapted the 19th century Arthur Schnitzler play, La Ronde and created a show that explores the inextricable link between sex and the human existence through the eyes of the modern woman.

Calling upon her family, the play sees Keith-Roach’s sister, artist and set designer Clementine Keith-Roach, who made her name creating sets for Bulgari, Mulberry and Louis Vutton, design the space in the basement floors of this stunning town house on St Martin’s Lane, creating a wild world of lilac infused 1970s disco.

The play runs from the 2nd – 5th July. Tickets can be purchased for £15 from

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