Revelations leaflet coverJimmy and Shirley create a Garden of Eden for their weekend guests; they provide the costumes, ambience and entertainment. But can every whim be satisfied, and is liberation always as enticing as it seems?

Revelations premiered at the Hampstead Theatre, London in December 2003. HAMPSTEAD THEATRE PRESENTS THE WORLD PREMIERE OF Revelations
by Stephen Lowe 

Cast (in order of speaking) 

  • Edward - Michael Elwyn
  • Jeni - Julia Swift
  • Emma - Rachel Sanders
  • Tony - Gerald Kyd
  • Shirley - Hetty Baynes
  • Jimmy - Paul Slack
  • Jack - Bertie Carvel
  • Jill - Laura Rogers
Director - Anthony Clark
Designer - Rachel Blues 
Lighting - Jason Taylor 
Sound - MirGregory Clarke

Casting Director - Siobhan Bracke 
Assistant Director - Sam Leifer 
Wardrobe Supervisor - Laura Hunt 
Stage Manager - Suzanne Bourke 
Deputy Stage Manager - Sharon Cooper 
Assistant Stage Manager - Helena Lane-Smith 

Revelations was first performed at Hampstead Theatre on 10 December 2003. 


"Lowe is a fine writer and Anthony Clark's production is both superbly acted, and genuinely thought-provoking. Ostensibly an orgy for swinging lovers, the play is a witty, Shavian talk-in with some surprise twists and a wonderful coda in the Garden of Eden with a naked Adam and Eve, that is worthy of His Dark Materials. - this is a vigorously moral play, as well as a beautifully written one, about reality t.v., pornography, sexual liberation, religion and the loneliness of the long-distance relationship."
Michael Coveney. Daily Mail.

"wickedly entertaining play about three couples drawn together by the internet for an orgy in the Lake District - often cringe-makingly funny- a delightfully good-natured sex comedy!-
Charles Spencer. Daily Telegraph.

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