Paul Wady: Guerilla Autistics Year 8 Guerilla Autistics (formerly Aspies) returns with a new format. You gain control over Paul Wady. Select from a menu the things you would like to hear, and add some in if you feel like it. Neurodiversity, autism, late diagnosis, growing up undiagnosed, coming out as neurodivergent at 41, what do these terms mean and how do you have a marriage on the basis of what used to be called a psychiatric disorder? Paul Wady is recognized as at the front of the global Neurodiversity Movement and has the abuse online to prove it. He has spent his life post diagnosis training around the UK for a major autism charity and has performed his interactive feedback shows around the world. He has been performing shows since he was 18 and was even kicked out of East 15 drama school once. As a Buddhist he can only give you love. Can you return that to him? George Steeves: Love & Sex on the Spectrum An atypical romantic comedy, that explores all of the awkward firsts that come with dating, sex, and love from a late bloomer’s perspective. Being on the autism spectrum is challenging enough, now add dating to the mix. There’s quite a learning curve. Experience all the lessons and laughs, along with the do’s and don’ts, on how to be your most authentic self, and to truly love yourself at the end of the day. George Steeves is a Los Angeles-based gay autistic actor whose previous show, Magic 8 Ball won multiple awards and was a Pick of the Fringe at the Edinburgh Festival in 2018. George's latest show, Love & Sex on the Spectrum, received the Best of Solofest 2022 award. This is the very first time George is performing in London, for only 5 performances, before heading to the Edinburgh Festival. Do not miss the amazing opportunity to see this show in London!