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Credit: King's Head Theatre
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CLOSED – Win Tickets to Noonday Demons!

This is your chance to win a pair of tickets up for grabs for Noonday Demons at the King’s Head Theatre this July!

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Entries close Weds 8th July at 5pm, so don’t delay!
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About Noonday Demons

Noonday Demons

Peter Barnes’ Noonday Demons is opening this week at the King’s Head Theatre. This will be the first major revival of this extraordinary, hysterical and extremely strange play by the author of The Ruling Class.
St Eusebius is living as a hermit, alone but for the maggots in his festering flesh. He is quite content surviving on black olives, water and a whole lot of self-righteousness. Enter a mysterious second hermit, with an order from God to evict Eusebius from the desert.  A contest – staged as a bizarre wrestling-match – as to who is holier than whom, begins. Slapstick, rude jokes, levitation, the rhetoric of religious fervour and a great deal of violence made this a comedy which demands to be taken seriously.
Venue: King’s Head Theatre
Competition Close Date: 8th July 2015
Run Dates: 9th July – 1st August
Booking Link: http://bit.ly/1QIfvtc

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