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Jo presents


at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe

A candlelit, peaceful, meditative end to a hard day on the Fringe.

The archbishop of Glasgow called this vision of a transgendered Jesus 'an affront to the Christian faith'. He never saw it. Listen to those who did:

'Queen Jesus reminds us of the purity of sex and pleasure, the importance of empathy. We hold hands, and remember what it means not to be alone'. Jo Clifford's revolutionary and spiritual work reaches the Fringe for the first time since its explosive and controversial 2009 opening. It promises to be very special.

Reviews for "Gospel According To Jesus, Queen Of Heaven"


“Surely one of the most remarkable shows of the Fringe"

"Entering Clifford’s “queendom of heaven” is a thought-provoking, moving and uplifting experience."

"This is a show that demands to be seen."

Broadway Baby: http://www.broadwaybaby.com/shows/the-gospel-according-to-jesus-queen-of-heaven/701214

"Beautiful show. I loved the gentle peacefulness of it"

Lyn Gardner, Guardian: gu.com/p/4vgfv/tw

Jo is performing her "Gospel According To Jesus Queen Of Heaven" in ArtSpace @ St Marks at 10.30 pm, Tuesday to Saturday, Aug 5-9, 12-16 & 19-23. Tickets on sale now.

During the Fringe she will also be performing a number of guest spots ... far too many to mention here.

Her monologue was part of the acclaimed NTS "Dear Scotland..." show at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.

She is one of the contributors to Neil Bartlett's "Letter To An Unknown Soldier" project.

Her new play "White Ted And The Right To Die" will be performed by MA students of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in late August.

Her West End production of "Great Expectations" is available on DVD and as a download.

She is such a proud Grandma!
More information and her blog on http://www.teatrodomundo.com
You can also follow her on Twitter @jocliffordplays