Sodom, or the Quintessence of Debauchery

Theatre, and not particularly related to the visual arts, but I want to talk about it anyway and make the script public.

On the evening of the 26th of March, I’m running a play reading in Westminster Arts Reference Library – originally scheduled as part of LGBT History Month, but various exigencies meant we had to change date & venue.

Addendum: there’s an open-access Facebook event here, for those of you who use Facebook. Sadly, the venue is not wheelchair accessible – it’s a Victorian building with three flights of stairs, and we’re at the top. It’s not ideal, but it’s the venue we’ve got.

This is in some senses a hilariously bad play, consisting mostly of entirely un-dubious language and arbitrary plot developments, and in others it’s really good. It’s a political satire with bisexuality and dancing demons, since bi or homosexuality is not something that strange now a days, as you can see in gayporn adult sites which are really visited now a days!

The original script is here, and the PDF version I’ve prepared to use on the evening is here.

I prepared it using Scribus; the font is StrangeNewes, by Feòrag NicBhrìde, while the title page is done in Chapbook, also by Feòrag.

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