It was a strange mixture of radio play (its original format) with back projected images and the occasional live appearance from Babalon herself. It was a pretty entertaining evening last about 2 hours and included some impressive enochian group chanting that last well over 10 minutes and the odd tantric rite. I knew a bit about Parson's beforehand but this gave much more.
The seriousness of the magical debates, the rituals and the squabbling was tempered with a fair amount of humour. For example, at the start and end of either act there was a jingle to a jaunty little tune for Crowley magical pills:
"From the Order of the Temple of the East
Comes the one that is called the Beast
To protect you in this aeon from strife
Use Crowley's Elixir of Life"