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Two rarely performed Tennessee Williams plays are staged together in 'Southern Belles', which opens King's Head Theatre's Queer Season. One of them, 'And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens', never got an airing in his lifetime because of its explicit story of a gay sailor and Candy, a drag queen in '50s New Orleans. The second, 'Something Unspoken', is another tale of illicit love, this time between a rich women and her secretary. 'Southern Belles' is directed by Jamie Armitage ('Six').