The Life and Crimes of Reverend Raccoon

Thu 23 Nov

Venue: Cast


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Reverend Raccoon is a man of many faces: conman, faith healer and US Army reservist. Now he’s escaped federal detention, is about to deliver one of his final sermons and share the divine knowledge he has acquired on his journey. Join the Reverend to learn how God found him, why he believes, and why you should always choose the baked potato option. A one man black comedy about why some people need to keep the faith:'Scarily convincing' Right Up Our Street.'Wonderful, bizarre, wacky, brilliantly inventive production' Buxton Fringe Review.Brought to you from the writer and team behind The Last Motel and award nominated Shadow On Their Wall:'Engaging, clever and with a manipulative edge…couldn't help but be reminded of the Coen Brothers' ★★★★‘A descent into darkness, alarming yet compassionate heart-stopping' ★★★★ FringeGuru.comWritten by local writer and product of the Right Up Our Street and Cast Writers' Development Programme, Jeremy Fletcher. Directed by Marcus J Bazley and starring Gareth Watkins.


PLEASE NOTE: The performance is not suitable for children under 14 years of age.


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£10.50 (£9 concs) 7.45pm

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