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Music Book & Lyrics: Richard O’Brien

Résumé: Mephistopheles Smith is holding a devil’s revivalist meeting in his Disco-Club Inferno PLC, a yuppiefied venue from which trainspotters, ad men and sinners are banned: only those who love sex, drugs and rock’n’roll are admitted. Entertainment is provided by “Brother” Michael Dalton (in a pink tutu) and the Fabulous Frockettes and consists of “hunky, funky and spunky” gags as they “try to get to the bottom of Sodom”

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Harold Pinter Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre : 21 représentations
Première Preview : lundi 18 mars 1996
Première : mercredi 20 mars 1996
Dernière : samedi 06 avril 1996
Mise en scène : Christopher Malcolm
Chorégraphie : Stacey Haynes
Avec : Richard O’Brien (Mephistopheles Smith), Michael Dalton, Debbie Scamp, Nikki Shaw, Dave Brown, Les Davidson, Nick Payn, Bill Robinson, Ed Spevock
Commentaires : Originally staged at the previous year’s Edinburgh Festival, this was booked into the Comedy for a limited three week run (21 performances). The critics unanimously stated this was 21 performances too many. Neil Smith for “What’s On” was representative when he wrote: “If you’re the kind of a person who likes to spend a night on the town in bondage and fishnets, you’ll probably have a ball. But if you’re the type who balks at the prospect of a bald 54-year-old making a complete dick of himself, you’d best steer well clear”