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An Act of God Tickets

London Play
Tickets for a conversation with the Big Man at The Vaults
God is back... and she has a lot to say! After many millennia, and in just 90 minutes, God (award-winning comedian Zoe Lyons as seen on Mock The Week and Celebrity Masterchef) assisted by her devoted angels Gabriel (Matt Tedford, aka ‘Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho’) and Michael (Tom Bowen, Johnny Castle in ‘Dirty Dancing the Musical’) will answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since creation. In this very alternative Christmas message, An Act of God sees a dissatisfied deity, weary of the original Ten Commandments, delivering a new version: a fresh set of rules for the modern world. This sinfully funny comedy delivers a new meaning to divine intervention as The “One” gives the first and last word on everything mankind has wrought on the planet. An Act of God, written by former ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’ writer David Javerbaum, was twice a smash hit on Broadway (starring Jim Parsons, Sheldon Cooper in the TV sitcom ‘The Big Bang Theory’, and Sean Hayes, Jack in ‘Will and Grace’). For this European premiere, Javerbaum has rewritten the play to feature bespoke material for Zoe Lyons and a British audience. He also continues to run the controversial Twitter account @TheTweetOfGod, through which God shares thoughts on world events with over six million followers. “Divinely funny” The New York Times “Wickedly irreverent… anarchic fun” The Hollywood Reporter “The jokes keep landing – and they are always smart” New York Magazine
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 (4 Reviews)
  • Review Avatar Nov 29, 2019

    Funny and thoughtful,a very entertaining show, the vault is an unusual venue, will look for more shows there

  • Review Avatar Dec 1, 2019

    Great show, quirky venue, thoroughly recommend !

  • Review Avatar Dec 1, 2019

    Very well delivered by the actors - but I became bored fairly quickly. Unusual ending.

  • Review Avatar Dec 2, 2019

    Thoroughly enjoyable comedy