Aleister Crowley

In the Edinburgh Fringe of 2010 I wrote and performed a one man play about the legendary occultist Aleister Crowley.  The play, A Passion for Evil, was popular with audiences and got good reviews.  Since then I’ve performed at a variety of places including the Lowry at Salford and the Aberystwyth Horror Festival.

The Beast is back on the road right now!  Recent performances in Ardoss and Drumnadrochit.  Book the Beast!

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Coming tour dates

Nairn Little Theatre Wednesday October 26
7.30 Booking line 07743 736860 (Experimental performance.

Strathpeffer Pavillion 8.00 27th October

http://strathpefferpavilion.org/events/aleister-crowley-a-passion-for-evil/ 8.00 27

Macphail centre Ullapool 28
th October 7.30 Tickets on the door

Sunart Centre Strontian 29th October 7.30

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/sunartcentre 29

 Gairloch Village Hall 1st November 7.30

Durness village hall 2nd November 7.30
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Here I am as the Beast!

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Head BW

Aleister Crowley

Behind the Crowley Stare

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4 responses to “Aleister Crowley

    • Glad you like the photo. It was taken in a church yard in Inverness., not far from Crowley’s house at Boleskine. I think it’s a family tomb that was erected around the time Crowley lived there.

  1. Oh! I see. I never been there, I only know it from Crowley’s descriptions in his “autohagiography”. Nice to see a glimpse of it.
    Besides, you look almost like him. Very good work you did!
    Thank you very much.

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