The 60 minute version of 'Adam & Eve: The Musical' performing at the Fringe features nine original songs. Here's a selection to give you a flavour of the show...
THE GREATEST MAN ALIVE
An expression of pure (and slightly camp) masculinity from Adam, the first (and only) man alive.
Written by Ben Hales, sung by Joey Hickman, with Alex Mugnaioni, Ben Hales, Laura Kirman, Josie Dunn and Kerry Frampton.
DON'T GO NEAR THE TREE
In which the officious Archangel Oliver reminds Adam and Eve of the exact nature of their offense by means of a song.
Written by Ben Hales, sung by Dan Tuite.
(THIS) MORNING HAS BROKEN (MY HEART)
Eve is alone in an unfriendly world. Will Adam ever come back?
Written by Ben Hales, sung by Laura Kirman.
The pivotal moment: Archangel Oliver and Lucifer have agreed to work together to reunite Adam and Eve. While they explain the benefits of forgiving Eve to Adam, Eve has an interesting conversation with a friendly tree, who teaches her what she really learned from the Tree of Knowledge.
Written by Ben Hales, sung by Kerry Frampton, Alex Mugnaioni and Dan Tuite.