The Seven Deadly Sins

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The Seven Deadly Sins us a title that can refer to a number of dramatic works and films

The Seven Deadly Sins attributed to Richard Tarlton (c. 1585)

A two-part play drawing on the medieval tradition of the morality play, written c. 1585 and attributed to Richard Tarlton, whose company, Queen Elizabeth's Men, first performed it.

See: The Seven Deadly Sins (play) in Wikipedia[1]

The Seven Deadly Sins by Hennie Aucamp and Barry Strydom

The original text

A South African cabaret by Hennie Aucamp and Barry Strydom, originally written in Afrikaans as Die Sewe Doodsondes

See: Die Sewe Doodsondes.


Playscript [Typescript (photocopy)], CAMPBELL Location: [Collection: DALRO]: 2001. 41. 269 held by NELM.

Database: Amazwi - manuscripts.

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