DIVINE COMEDY

"Rival Firms!"

Sam is an angel. Damon is a demon. They have history. They are both guardians of Heaven’s and Hell’s respective gates. Northern Hemisphere, British Sector.
It’s not as fancy as it sounds. 
And they are about to make a mistake that will cost them not only their job, but will also turn them into Heaven and Hell’s most wanted fugitives...

This was inspired by the masterpiece Good Omens, co-written by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (that's what we mean when we say 'quirks'). We wanted to pay tribute to it while creating our very own dysfunctional duo. The first series of this audio-drama will include 5 episodes, around 20min each. The first few episodes will be free, but we will need your generosity in the future if we want to produce more episodes and bring back the amazing directors we've had on Episode 1 and 2. 

You can listen to episode 1 on Soundcloud, Spotify, Buzzsprout, (iTunes soon) or simply with one of the embedded players . 

Episode 2 coming soon! And if you like this one, we'd appreciate if you could get the word out / share it on twitter, give us a shout on Instagram etc.. 



SPECIAL THANKS TO:

Joanna Monro, for taking on the massive responsibility of directing the first episode, (and accepting to do it on such short notice) and for bringing so much fun and professionalism into the recording studio.


Tracy Wiles, without whom this whole thing would simply not have happened. She was with us every step of the way, giving the best advice and keeping us grounded, and never ever asking anything in return. 

Carl Prekkop, who gave us amazing advice on the script and had the guts to tell us what worked and what didn’t. 


Jilly Bond, for helping us out in the earliest stages of the project and making sure we kept our sense of humour. 

 

Guillaume Paul and Nicolas Favre, who worked from the other side of the channel, for trusting us blindingly and for having created the score and artwork that made the whole thing look and sound like a Hollywood Blockbuster.

And Kit Thacker, Stéphanie Christ, Drama Studio London, and Peter Kavanagh, for their generosity, time and support.