Steve Pirie’s Jane and Kel Go to Hell is a laugh-out-loud, thrilling, well-paced buddy story with relatable characters and nonstop quotable dialogue.
Jane and Kel are housemates, drinking mates and best mates with bad jobs and bad judgement. After Jane loses her job writing for a youth media blog she needs to save money, and so it becomes time for someone to move into the sunroom. After a string of interviews, Roy seems like the clear choice. And besides, it’s not like he’s a demon or anything.
Except that he is. And he’s dragged Jane to Hell.
Jane and Kel Go to Hell was first performed at the Lumen Room, Metro Arts on 5 April 2018.
ISBN: 978 1 925338 76 8
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