Satan vs God
  • Brighton Fringe

Lucifer, fallen angel, begs Gods permission to return to Heaven: You forgave everyone, but me. Why not me? I was first. Are Satan and God within the eyes and deeds of humankind? Is Satan responsible for all he is accused of? Have we ever heard him testify? Labelled Father of Lies and Prince of Darkness, Satan puts his case: Who says your way is right? They have forgotten you. This original piece explores and opens up a conversation about religion, faith and humanity that is normally taboo or censored. A solo tour-de-force with music and movement. Winner of the Derek Award for Spirit of the Fringe, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021.Written and Performed by Deaon Griffin-PressleyDirected by Judy BarrCinematography by Andr Russell Part of the C ARTS programme, a home for international independent arts, showcasing creativity, celebrating diversity, at C venues at the Edinburgh Fringe and on the C digital online platform year-round. Full programme at http://www.CtheArts.com

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