THE SORROWS OF SATAN by Bateman & Conley

A hell of a comedy about a devil of a musical.


It is 1924 in the city of London. Geoffrey Tempest has been kicked out of his accommodations with not a penny to his name leaving him one chance to prove himself to the theatrical community: a rehearsed reading of his newest piece, THE SORROWS OF SATAN; OR GEOFFREY TEMPEST'S FAUST. When his patron, the prodigal Prince Lucio Rimânez, suggests some significant changes Geoffrey must decide whether to hold on to his artistic integrity or sell out for the promise of fame, money and the love of his leading lady. 


Based on Marie Correlli's bestseller, THE SORROWS OF SATAN is a musical play written by Luke Bateman & Michael Conley.

‘A hysterical, laugh-out-loud comedy' - Vanity Fair

★★★★★ ‘As tight a comedy as I have seen in years' - Broadway World

★★★★★ ‘Wickedly clever and dripping with fine wit' - Musical Theatre Review 

★★★★ 'A charming, fizzy confection with just enough bite to satisfy even the most jaded of palates' - WhatsonStage

★★★★ 'This delicious new musical is the wittiest, most elegant and most extraordinary new show on offer in town right now' - British Theatre

★★★★ 'Hilarious. Dialogue is quick as a cheetah, sharp as a knife and clever as a Wilde comedy' - Broadway Baby


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