The Tragical History of Dr Faustus - A Damned Fine Play archiveA company doomed forever to tell and re-tell the story of Faustus, his wanton hunger for knowledge and power, his avarice, his lust, his appalling ukulele playing, his pact with the devil and his descent into hell. What is the relationship between the dominic flimflam man Mephistopholis and his willing but seemingly useless assistant, and is Faustus part of the act? Join us in a picaresque tale of Mephistophelian Mountbankery as we travel the carnivals and cheap variety houses of the world with our ragbag vaudeville. Don't worry this is the tragical tale as written by Kit Marlowe and all in his own words, although as Eric Morecambe said, not necessarily in the right order. It's devilishly good! Some of the most popular dramatic verse ever written and some splendid comedy to go with it. Dance, song, the dulcet tones of the ukulele: a touch of ventriloquism; smoke, mirrors and cheap tricks.


Shelley Atkinson, Anthony Gleave, Nicholas Collett


Author: Christopher Marlowe
Company: Third Party Productions (in association with The New Diorama)
Adapted by: Third Party
Director(s): John Wright, Toria Banks
Lighting: Anthony Gleave
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The Tragical History of Dr Faustus - A Damned Fine Play

The Tragical History of Dr Faustus - A Damned Fine Play (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1279713921. Details of all The Tragical History of Dr Faustus - A Damned Fine Play archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1159837311

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12 Oct 11
15 Oct 11
Theatre Royal
North Yorkshire
5 Oct 11Haymarket Theatre
8 Jun 10
26 Jun 10
The New Diorama Theatre
Inner London
Greater London

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