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HELL HATH NO FURY Hell of a night


With anthemic original songs in the style of P!NK, Adele, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, and Lady Gaga, Hell Hath No Fury – Musical Bitchin’ from the Basement of Hell is set to turn up the heat, and the volume at His Majesty’s Theatre this winter.

The original production, starring Western Australian singer-songwriter Zalia Joi, and renowned actor/singer Fiona Cooper will feature a live four-piece band of stellar musicians for a toe-tapping, liberating journey through relationship hell to redemption, Downstairs at The Maj from Thursday, July 29 until Saturday, July 31.

The show is a theatrical black comedy is about the battle between light and dark, harmony and retribution, and how to find grace in spite of the great seduction of revenge. An original show, born out of the need to find peace, Hell Hath No Fury weaves humour and heartbreak through passionate music and thought-provoking tales. The styles of the nine original songs in the show are rock, rap, reggae and a ballad in addition to an original underscore.

“With a flame of hope, and the need to find strength and grace, this cabaret is dedicated to never giving up,” creator Zalia Joi said. “Whether it is the loss of a loved one or the betrayal of a loved one that takes you there, the Basement of Hell is the Basement of Hell and we all need inspiration to get out. This is a show created to inspire others to find their own light out of the darkness.”

Hell Hath No Fury also features Zalia Joi’s debut single release Bomb Shock – produced by Eddie Parise (Baby Animals). It is a song she describes as “channelled out of discovering a hidden truth and realising one’s life is changed forever. It’s the battle between peace and revenge and what happens when there is an event that devastates our life like Hiroshima, and the world we’ve been living in totally collapses.”

Hell Hath No Fury – Musical Bitchin’ from the Basement of Hell goes down at His Majesty’s Theatre, Downstairs at The Maj, from Thursday, July 29 until Saturday, July 31. For more info and to buy tickets, head to www.ptt.wa.gov.au

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