An Act of God tickets are now available
Do not risk the wrath of God, book your ticket for An Act of God now to make sure you have a seat for this conversation with the Big (Wo)Man when it comes to The Vaults under Waterloo Station. This irreverent comedy is not for the easily offended, but if you’ve always wondered what a sit down with the Almighty might sound like you won’t want to miss this show!
An Act of God David Javerbaum’s sinfully funny play
What started out as a series of tweets turned into a satirical book called The Last Testament: A Memoir By God which in turn became a 90-minute long conversation with God that just happens to take place on the stage. Buckle up because it’s time for God to set the record straight and answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since creation.
The UK premiere of this side-splitting show is expected to leave London audiences begging for more.
An Act of God cast and creatives
An Act of God was written by David Javerbaum head writer and executive producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Over the course of his career, Javerbaum has won 13 Emmy Awards, a Grammy and three Peabody Awards, among others. He wrote multiple books for the show and has had his work published in the New York Times and contributed headlines to The Onion. He also manages the Twitter account @TheTweetofGod which led to the creation of this play.
The Vaults run of An Act of God is set to star Award-winning British comedian Zoe Lyons as the one and only Almighty God. Lyons competed in the first British series of Survivor. She has gone on to perform at Fringe Festivals across the globe, taking home numerous awards in the process. She has appeared on numerous television shows including Mock the Week, The Wright Stuff, and Michael McIntyre Roadshow.
An Act of God on Broadway
When the Broadway show opened in 2015 it immediately caught people’s attention. The show played to nearly sold-out houses for much of its run. An Ant of God on Broadway was directed by Tony Award winner Joe Mantello. The cast was headed The Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons as God with original Wicked cast member Christopher Fitzgerald as archangel Michael and Tim Kazurinsky as archangel Gabriel. When the play returned to Broadway for a limited run the following year, God was played by Emmy Award winner Sean Hayes.
When’s the next time you’re likely to spend 90 minutes listening to God answer the world’s questions? Don’t miss your chance to uncover the mysteries of the Bible and laugh a lot along the way. Book An Act of God tickets now to guarantee you’ll get the best seats possible when God comes to Londontown.