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Paradise Lost archiveParadise Lost tells the story of Lucifer and his fallen angels' defeat in the war in heaven, their subsequent plunge into Hell and, once there, their malevolent regrouping. There follows the great journey of Satan through deep space to the newly made planet Earth and his temptation of Eve in the Garden of Eden, leading to the Fall of Mankind.
Performers Jasper Britton, Christia Bradley, Caroline Faber, Vinette Robinson, Charles Aitken, Stephen Fewell.
Author Milton. Company Oxford Stage Company (in association with Royal and Derngate Theatres Northampton and Watford Palace Theatre). Adapted by Ben Power. Director Rupert Goold. Design Ben Stones. Design Lorna Heavey (video). Music Adam Cork. Choreographer Liam Steel. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Sound Adam Cork.

Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost (Play) production archive for QTIX code T678502968. Details of all Paradise Lost archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01110431452

Archive Listings

27 Jun 06Hackney Empire
Outer London
Greater London
20 Jun 06
to
24 Jun 06
The Playhouse
Oxford
Oxfordshire
13 Jun 06
to
17 Jun 06
Theatre Royal
Bath
Bath & North East Somerset
6 Jun 06
to
10 Jun 06
Dundee Repertory Theatre
Dundee
Dundee
30 May 06
to
1 Jun 06
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Guildford
Surrey
23 May 06
to
27 May 06
Playhouse
Salisbury
Wiltshire
9 May 06
to
13 May 06
Theatre Royal
Brighton
East Sussex
21 Apr 06
to
29 Apr 06
Watford Palace Theatre
Watford
Hertfordshire

UKTW News/Reviews

News:
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User Reviews

USER (22Apr06): Some powerful scenes, especially Satan and his cronies addressing hell political rally style complete with interpreter. Also Adam and Eve - post fall - getting dressed into their 21st century office worker 'uniforms' and being mocked by showground Satan. Very clever and unexpected. [Though the low key final 'crucifixion' scene that followed seemed to suffer by comparison.] I loved the sound effects, clanking lifts and doors, and also the twinklng universe. Provoked lots of discussion.

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