THE DEVIL WITHOUT – Cavort Theatre / Ian Harvey Stone

When:
3rd October 2015 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2015-10-03T19:30:00+01:00
2015-10-03T20:30:00+01:00

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John Faust, alchemist, sorcerer and fugitive soul, seeks your assistance.

Part play, part interactive show, experience a re-imagining of the classic legend inspired by the
works of Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore.

For one bare hour you are asked to help obscure Faust from his demonic pursuers. But things
don’t always go to plan and the Devil Without starts to manifest within.

Audience interaction, magic, infrasound and illusion combine to bring a whole new immersive
theatrical interpretation of the Faust legend.
You know that almost all demons are your own, right?

‘If you’ve any interest at all in magic as an artform, then you must find time to see The Devil
Without’  – Fringe Guru

There is a very limited capacity so to reserve a ticket please email boxoffice@slunglow.org with the number of tickets you wish to reserve and a contact telephone number.

Tickets will be “Pay What You Decide” which means you will pay the company AFTER the show.

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