Fringe First-winner (Dirty Great Love Story) puts the mess into Messiah. God’s fixing her mistakes: “Wasps. Rookie error.” For religion 2.0 she picks atheist Todd as Chosen One. Now Todd’s doing good… badly.
Comic drama about why we believe. How would you change the world? From writer of Skittles, Wingman, Cardboard Heart, Love & Sweets (BBC Audio Drama Award: Best Scripted Comedy).
Praise for the company:
‘Lovely, Witty, Delicious’ ***** (Independent).
‘Effortless feats of wordplay’ **** (Scotsman).
‘Restores your faith in human nature and the Fringe. Gag-filled, gutsy… Bliss’ **** (Telegraph).
‘Comic precision, heart, unflagging pace’ **** (Times).
‘Thoroughly likeable… dirty great delight’ **** (Metro).
Richard's one-man poetry/storytelling/stand-up play, SKITTLES – a story about love (and sweets, which are more reliable) – began as a scratch at BAC, before transferring to the Pleasance (directed by Dan Coleman) then being broadcast by Radio 4 as LOVE & SWEETS. It won a BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Scripted Comedy. DIRTY GREAT LOVE STORY (co-written with Katie Bonna) won a Fringe First before transferring to Bristol Old Vic, Latitude, Soho Theatre, and Brits off-Broadway, NYC. It recently ran for two months in the West End. His poetry sitcom CARDBOARD HEART played on Radio 4 to over a million people, co-starring Phil Daniels, Olivia Poulet, Jemima Rooper, Rebecca Scroggs and Russell Tovey alongside Richard.
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