Don Juan in Soho

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DJ is a true poet of the flesh – smooth, wry, lyrical and endlessly inventive. No one is madder, badder or more dangerous to know. His assistant, Stan, barely has time to record the phone number of the latest conquest in the BlackBerry before his master is off on the scent of the next.

In his incandescently witty satire on our sex, status and sensation obsessed culture, Patrick Marber inserts the Don Juan figure of legend into the overheated fleshpots of London and finds that this merciless, charismatic villain fits in all too well. Yet, even as the laughs rock the audience, his inevitable comeuppance looms.

Warning Message: A contemporary play containing coarse language and simulated acts of a sexual nature, which some people may find confronting. For mature audiences only. Not suitable for children under 18. This production features herbal (non-tobacco) cigarettes, stage atmospherics, blood, peanuts and strobe lighting.

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Angus Cerini

Angus Cerini is a writer, performer and director with a background in dance and the creation of works of performance that marry a physical approach with the written word. These productions have toured throughout Australia and internationally. They include solo works Filch, Fuckwit, Puppy Love, Saving Henry version 5.0, Chapters from the Pandemic and Detest (this thousand years I shall not weep).

His play Wretch won the Patrick White Playwrights’ Award and Save for Crying was awarded an RE ROSS Trust Award and received the Green Room Awards for Best New Writing and Best Independent Production.

In 2014 he premiered Resplendence for MTC’s NEON Festival, for which he received the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Drama, and his play Normal.Suburban.Planetary.Meltdown premiered with Malthouse Theatre as part of their Suitcase Series. In 2015 The Bleeding Tree premiered with Griffin Theatre Company, after winning The Griffin Play Prize, and was part of Sydney Theatre Company’s 2017 season. The Bleeding Tree also received a Helpmann Award, the NSW Premiers Literary Award and the AWGIE for Best Play alongside the David Williamson Prize.

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