Thu 25 October // 20:00 / Venue Space
Tickets: £6; £5 (C)
“God is dead!” Across the centuries Nietzsche calls out to human kind to embrace its destiny. A dance of anguish and elation far removed from the arrogance of contemporary atheists such as Richard Dawkins.
A call closer in spirit to the cry of Job the mysterious old testament figure for whom fear of god is woven into the body and soul of life.
Rhyming God sets the riddle of God: God dead? God alive? What God? God What?