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Competition: Win tickets to see Holy Crap at the King’s Head Theatre

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Nick Thompson Productions present:
Holy Crap
The Kings Head Theatre, 7th June – 8th July

The Heather Brothers, writers of the hugely popular A Slice of Saturday Night, return with a brand new musical comedy brimming with sin, salvation and sacrilege.
Holy Crap follows the launch of Britain’s first pay-to-view religious channel as American evangelist preacher, Reverend Bobby Del La Ray persuades legendary British rock star and devout Christian, Rex Bedderman, to co-host the channel. But with the charismatic leader up to his neck in debt, being forced to launder money for the Mafia and risking his own mother’s life if the viewing figures don’t increase, he does what any sane, normal person would do: he starts broadcasting hardcore porn. After all, how do you save someone from sin if they don’t know what it looks like?
Bringing together the creative team from cult hits Shock Treatment and The Toxic Avenger, the premiere marks Benji Sperring’s first production at the King’s Head following his appointment as Associate Director following the triumph of Shock Treatment.

For more information, or to book tickets, please visit www.kingsheadtheatre.com

To win a pair of tickets to Holy Crap go to www.thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put HOLYCRAP in the code box. Entries close at midnight on June 18.

Terms and conditions: Subject to availability. Non-transferable. No cash alternative. Transport to venue not included.

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