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C.S Lewis' fantastical tale of a bus ride from Hell to Heaven has proved popular with secular and religious critics alike. Following in the footsteps of Lewis' Screwtape Letters, we see a group of provocative characters tell a fantastical morality tale about good and evil, and how different people view Heaven and Hell according to their own experiences and prejudices.
Three actors transform into over a dozen characters to illustrate Lewis fantastical allegory about good and evil. On this journey we see a man going to demand his rights, a complaining woman, a gentleman resents giving up his pet lizard to stay in Heaven and a traveler who believes Heaven and Hell are just a propaganda stunt, conveniently run by the same people.
As each character is welcomed by a heavenly being, they are each given a choice; to stay, or to go back? This conundrum brings vivid clarity to the "great divorce" between Heaven and Hell. Or is the gulf as wide as we suspect?
Performance date: 4 December 2021
Suitable for ages 12+
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
Written by C.S Lewis
Adapted by McLean and Brian Watkins
Directed by Bill Castellino
Executive Producer and General Manager - Ken Denison
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