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June 16, 2014 | by  | in Arts Theatre |
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De Sade [Review]

I saw this show tonight. To say that I enjoyed it would be to say that I enjoyed conversing with a madman about sadistic and strange fetishes that should not be uttered in public. So clearly I loved every second of it. Alexander Sparrow not only makes the audience question the very reason for showing up he politely tells those who are fornicators with Political Correctness to fuck off. I would highly recommend this show to all audiences, well maybe not a primary school…, But I would urge you all to take the opportunity you have this week to prance down to Bats Theatre and plonk yourself down in a seat and be ready to have your mind blown, and hopefully you will take away more than just the disturbing nature of the actor, but the wisdom of the character.

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