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    “What good is it to gain the whole world but lose your soul?”

         

  • Life Under The Sun - Features underpants, pompous man-servants, self-deprecating witticisms, an existential crisis and one giant hangover...
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    King Solomon was a man who had it all:

     

    600 wives, gold in the billions and the power of a whole kingdom. He studied the stars, wrote poetry, built palaces, vineyards and a trading empire, contemplated wisdom…

     

    And he was bored.

     

    Deeply bored. The kind of bored that only a man with too much time and money on his hands can be.

     

    None of it satisfied…

     

    A theatre show that explores the biggest question of all:

     

    “What’s the point?”

         

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    Features underpants, pompous man-servants, self-deprecating witticisms, an existential crisis and one giant hangover…

     

    Performed at numerous festivals and churches around Britain, with international shows in Norway, Germany and Hawaii.

         

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    Life Under The Sun is a 40 minute show, with an optional 20 minute Q&A.

     

    It is a one man show, a black comedy with a unique mix of ancient verse offset against dark pantomime and the dry wit of stand-up.

     

    The tech and production requirements are deliberately minimal and adaptable for a venue of any space and size.