Five Visions of the Faithful
    By Torben Betts

    20:00, Fri 8th – Mon 11th October 2004 at Cambridge Union Chamber
    Michaelmas Week 0 to Week 1

    FIVE VISIONS OF THE FAITHFUL by Torben Betts returns from its highly
    successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, for four nights only at
    the Cambridge Union.

    "The best acted student show I have seen in a very long time" - The Observer
    "Something we all hope for at the Edinburgh Fringe" - British Theatre Guide
    "Constantly riveting: a wealth of talent" - Edinburgh Evening News
    "Fierce and constantly uncompromising" - The Scotsman
    "Creepy, terrifying, confusing and disturbing" - Three Weeks
    "Good old-fashioned outrage!" - The Times
    "I was fascinated, moved and left not a little baffled!" - Peter Lathan
    **** - Radio Fourth, One4Review, BTG, Fest Online, ThreeWeeks, Evening News.

    Waiting for life. Waiting for sex. Waiting for death, love, punishment.
    Everybody is waiting for something. But who is waiting for salvation? This
    is a bold, hugely ambitious piece of drama, delivered in brute,
    matter-of-fact language. Cambridge´s finest present a spectacle of physical
    theatre and cartoon comedy.

    Five shocking visions. Seven deadly sins. Ten broken commandments. These
    are five very different tragicomic meditations from acclaimed and
    controversal playwright Torben Betts ­hailed as the next Howard Barker.
    Brave new cartoon comedy.


    Production Team