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Win Tickets to The Sorrows of Satan

Tristan Bates - Win Tickets to The Sorrows of Satan

A hell of a comedy about a devil of a musical.

Competition Ends: 22/01/2017

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Sizzling new show The Sorrows of Satan reimagines Faust as a drawing-room comedy, packed with music, mirth and murder.

In 1920s London, a down-on-his luck playwright accepts an offer of a luxurious reading of his new musical play. But to get his play on the stage he is going to need to add bouncy tunes, bawdy jokes and cut out the boring, meaningful bits. Should he cling to his artistic integrity or sell out for the promise of fame, money and the love of his leading lady?

Inspired by Marie Corelli’s scorching bestseller, The Sorrows of Satan is written by Luke Bateman (Mr Popper's Penguins, The Little Beasts) and Michael Conley (The Little Beasts, The Superhero).

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