Comedic Christian Play Explores Love Triangles, Marital Affairs and Divorce

After a five year sold-out run in the U.K., Alan Charles’ hit comedy stage play; Love, Sax and All That Jazz, will make its Canadian debut on Saturday, October 25 in Toronto.
Playing at the House of Praise Tabernacle, this show isn’t your typical Saturday sermon; navigating love, sax (sex), and all that jazz from the perspective of singles, daters, and married couples.
Written by award winning Gospel artist, and MOBO nominee; Alan Charles, the play explores topics often considered too taboo for Church; examining how to navigate relationships, love triangles, marital affairs and divorce with Christian values.

Told from the perspective of characters in different stages of dating the play aims to answer what men want, and what women need, while also examining why singles want to be married and why married people wish to be single.
With comedic performances from a renowned cast of  British actors, including; Lloyd Reid, Angela Blake and Adrian Betton, this critically acclaimed show is known for leaving audiences in stitches; playing to sold-out audiences in both the U.K. and Trinidad and Tobago.

Church of God pastor and play producer, Roger Grandison, decided to bring the hit play to Canada after reading the script and resonating with its message.
“These may not be topics I explore during my sermons, but they are topics people seek my advice about after the service. I think there is no better way to approach uncomfortable subjects than with humour, and this script had me laughing with every page! It may have also, taught me a thing or two about the complexities of modern day dating for Christians” says Grandison.

Tickets for the play can be purchased for $30 in advance at, or for $35 at the door. Doors for the show open at 6:00 pm and the show starts 7:00 pm at 800 Arrow Rd, North York.

Alan Charles and Roger Grandison are available for interview upon request.  Members of the media are invited to attend Love, Sax and All That Jazz on October 25. There will be opportunities for video and photos ops, as well as, one-on-one interviews.