Immaculate (NHB Modern Plays), Oliver Lansley
Oliver Lansley

Immaculate (NHB Modern Plays)

66 printed pages
A laugh-out-loud comedy first seen at the 2005 Edinburgh Festival, published alongside an extensive UK tour by Les Enfants Terribles in 2006.
You're young, free and single and haven't had sex for the last eleven and a half months, then one morning you wake up pregnant and to make matters worse the Angel Gabriel is on your doorstep claiming parentage…
'Genuinely a laugh a minute, with some real strokes of comic genius' Metro
'In a Fringe which is filled with comedies, this has to be one of the funniest' British Theatre Guide
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GABRIEL. Well . . . You believe in God, don’t you?
MIA. Ah, but that’s the thing . . . It’s not a case of believing in God, is it? It’s a case in believing in Man. God didn’t write the Bible, Man did. It’s Man’s testimony, Man’s version of events . . . It was Man who crucified Jesus in the first place! . . .
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