“You place your order and sit down in one of the cubicles. The girl you’ve ordered comes over, delivers the coffee and then ducks under the table to get to business.”

Three blokes decide to do an epic grand tour of Europe to sample all the forbidden and exploited delights that the continent has to offer.

Performed entirely by women, The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks follows Liam, Peter and Michael on their travels. Sometimes funny, sometimes groan-inducing, the show explores toxic masculinity, sex tourism and the friendship between these three men.

Recent Review

“Yet To Be have put humanity in and on these shells of people and in doing so they have staked a claim that they are ready to explore unique storytelling and uncomfortable territory. The Geneva Convention of Human F**ks is bold, jarring, physical and questioning.

Yet To Be have entered the building.”The People’s Republic of South Devon

Read the full review here.

What some people have said

‘A riveting and highly original look at lad culture.’ Daniel Buckroyd, Artistic Director, Lichfield Garrick

‘The company delivered first-class performances in a show that shines an uncomfortable light on the realities of sex tourism. The show ignited so much important conversation and was handled brilliantly by the company before, during and after the show.’ Adam Fuller, Co-Founder, Front Room

“Geneva Convention was one of my top picks of the festival. It’s a hysterical take on toxic masculinity that will make you think as much as it makes you laugh. The audience were so engaged and had plenty to discuss in the bar after the show.” Alex Jackson, Festival Director, Exeter Fringe Festival

This piece brings belly laughs that make you question yourself. As thought-provoking as it is funny.”
Louisa Morgan, Cygnet Theatre, Marketing and Programming officer

“A raucous and riotous look at toxic masculinity, lad culture and male friendships in all its (in)glorious forms. I laughed and groaned in equal measure – a thought-provoking, razor sharp piece. A real highlight of the festival.” Anna Millward, Programming Nozstock Festival


  • Saturday 15th July 7.30pm – Front Room, Western-Super-Mare, Somerset. Book tickets here.
  • Wednesday 26th July 6.30pm – Bedfringe Festival, Quarry Theatre, Bedford. Book tickets here.
  • Sunday 3rd September 6pm – The Other Palace, London. Book tickets here.
  • Thursday 14th September 7.30pm – Exeter Phoenix, Exeter. Book tickets here.
  • Friday 22nd September 7.45pm – The Brewhouse, Taunton, Somerset. Book tickets here.
  • Tuesday 26th & Wednesday 27th September 7.30pm – Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol. Book tickets here.
  • Saturday 14th October 7.30pm – The Theatre Shop, Unit 5, Queens Square, Clevedon. Book tickets here
Original Trailer

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