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The God Of Soho

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This new play is a fierce, funny and hectic story about people looking for the divine. In Essex. Read More >

The God Of Soho is a new play by Chris Hannan staged at Shakespeare’s Globe as part of its The Word Is God season.

A thief in heaven steals the divinity of the gods. Meanwhile down on Earth some fetish items have been nicked from a reality TV star and she is facing exposure in the tabloids. Sex shops and comedy, gods and homeless people all collide in a fierce and hectic story about people looking for the divine. In Essex.

Full of dirty language and filthy content, The God Of Soho is not for the faint-hearted.

The God Of Soho author Hannan has previously had work staged at the Bush theatre, the Old Vic and the Tricycle theatre.

For more about The God Of Soho at Shakespeare’s Globe read the First Night Feature.

 

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 27/08/2011

Opening Night: 01/09/2011

Closing Night: 30/09/2011

Running time: 2h30

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Michael Camp, Richard Clews, Phil Daniels, Miranda Foster, Edward Hogg, Will Mannering, Emma Pierson, Sarita Piotrowski, Iris Roberts, Beatriz Romilly, Jade Williams

Creative

Director - Raz Shaw

Designer - Hannah Clark

Choreographer - Ann Yee

Author - Chris Hannan

Music By - Alex Silverman

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