'Sex Is Another Language': the life, lusts and loves of Elizabeth Taylor

Flyer for a performance of a play about Elizabeth Taylor

This production by Enter Stage Right (ESR), in association with Damn Cheek, is the first indoor theatre performance at Leith Hill Place.

Love, loyalty, betrayal, tragedy, hatred, adulation

Elizabeth Taylor knew them all. From child star to sex symbol and from conspicuous consumption to dedicated AIDS campaigner, this compelling show explores the contradictions and consistencies that ran through her life - as Michael Caine Award winning writer Tony Earnshaw and Director Darren Cheek, bring an exciting fresh perspective to the life of one of the
last stars of classical Hollywood cinema and one of our first modern celebrities.

Featuring Claire Malcomson

Artistic Director of Enter Stage Right, Claire has recently appeared in several films including The Only Way and The Grandisons. With ESR she has produced a variety of plays including The Hound of the Baskervilles (which she wrote and directed) Arsenic and Old Lace, and many Ayckbourn plays. Claire has also appeared in musicals such as The Mirror Never Lies, Sweet Charity and Oliver, and can also often be found singing jazz.

Event details

The show will be performed at Leith Hill Place on Thursday 5 July at 2pm and 6:30pm. Tickets cost £15 whcih includes a drink, and can be booked by calling 0344 249 1895. The play will also be performed on Friday 6 July as part of the Guildford Fringe Festival.