Simon Says
  • Brighton Fringe

Liverpool Fringe's Best Original Play 2021.'Simon Says' is brought to you from the incredible mind of Simon.Religious leader. Saviour. God. After growing tired of his less than lavish lifestyle, 458 decides to rebel against Simon. Aware he cannot do it alone, he tries to convince his fellow believers - 457, 460 and 461 - to join him on his journey to liberation. However, due to their blind loyalty, apathy and stupidity, he can't quite get everyone on the same page. On top of their dysfunction, they also have to wrestle with their debt to Simon. After all the good He's done for them, who knows how much worse off they would be if left to their own devices?Will these four succeed in their impetuous tantrum, or will they remember... Simon is the world, and the world is Simon!A comedy that blends depth and frivolity, 'Simon Says' will leave you crying "I love you, Simon!""Audiences are in for an experience unlike any other with some truly surreal moments." (Write-base review 2021)

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