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  • Edinburgh Fringe

With the help of two opposing lawyers, God is deciding whether or not to send another flood and have humanity start again. Following their five-star production of Endgame by Samuel Beckett, blind elephant return with an absurd moral tragicomedy. 'With this level of focus and intelligence from their debut production, blind elephant are surely destined for great things.' (Skinny). 'The actors showed resources that could see them tackle much of the Beckett canon with authenticity and flair.' (Plays International Magazine).

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