Lucifer/Bishop/Prosecuting Devil - Richard Swerrun
Jehovah/Jesus/Industrialist - Thor Kristinsson
Eve/Mrs Noah/Zipporah/Politician/Mrs Beaton - Janet Parkinson
Adam/St.Paul/ADC/Torquemada/Descartes/Dickens - Michael Wareing
Cain/Ham/Carolus/Reformer/Barry/Hegel/Jung - Paul Shay
Abel/Noah/Mauritus/Reformer/Kant/Darwin/Freud - Derek Bell
Archangel/Moses/Constantine/Pope/Locke/St.Peter- Graham Bill
Mrs Ham/Mary Magdalene/Anthea/Defending Angel - Siren Turkesh
Well what can I say about this fantastic show!!!! The cast were amazing and the sets were too. Although the theatre is small, seating only 80 people, the atmosphere was electric. Richard Swerrun was the evil, deceiving Lucifer who bets with Jehovah, that Adam and Eve will taste the forbidden fruit, from here the show unravells, the story is well writen and the songs are fantastic, the show's not only funny, but serious. When Lucifer becomes the Serpent, although a serious scene it makes you laugh, is one of my favourite scene's and so are the scene's with the Pope. I know this isn't the best review ever written but I can't begin to put into words how wonderful this show is.
What makes the show so different is that the audience plays a major part in how the show ends. How?? You'll have to see the show to find out!!
This is one show not to be missed and I sure hope it goes to the West End!