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Love Sax and all that Jazz

E5 Church, Bristol

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Sat, 24th Mar 18
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6:45 pm
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9:45 pm - Sat, 24th Mar 18
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After 9 year the hit comedy stage play makes it debut in Bristol for 1 NIGHT ONLY at E5 Church SAT 24TH MARCH 2018 Doors 6.40pm - Show 7pm  3-15 Jamaica St | Bristol | BS2 8JP Early Bird £10 B4 28th Feb | £12 thereafter | £15 Door

5 friends, 5 dilemmas same old story.  Shanice has had enough.  Lisa is quite contented.  Louise can't find any.  Kelly has way too much.  Chantelle doesn't want any. These women are about to embark on a journey of Love Sex and all that Drama.

 Love Sax and all that Jazz is a gospel musical comedy stage play which addresses various aspects of the love relationship.  Through the eyes and experiences of five female friends the show explores the themes of singleness, abuse, infidelity unequally yoked relationships and betrayal.  Strong Christian and family values is at the heart of the play and promotes abstinence in singleness, fidelity in marriage and avoidance of unequally yoked relationships. At a time when the family and biblical defined marriages are being attacked and redefined the play acts as a compass of where we are and where we should be.   The play is one that will make you laugh, cry, shout, chuckle and scream all that same time. The story of friends and relationships is dealt with through songs, drama, comedy and the spoken word.  The production is thought-provoking, humorous and one that inspired and uplifted the whole family.