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The debut play by David Baddiel
Starring Alan Davies
Directed by James Grieve
What would happen if someone was able to prove, scientifically, the existence of God?
When Edie, a student in university lecturer Henry Brook’s physics class, seems to do exactly that, his universe – including his marriage to celebrity atheist author Virginia – is rocked.
Science and religion go head-to-head in a ferociously funny battle for power, sex, fame and followers.
Starring Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek and QI), David Baddiel’s debut play is an electric tragicomedy about the power of belief and our quest for truth in a fractured world.
Note: running time includes interval
Captioned performance: Tue 19 Nov
Audio Described performance: Tue 26 Nov
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'Cracking theatrical gift…dizzyingly ingenious mathematics, theatrical excitement, genuine human interest and thumping good jokes recalls early Stoppard.'
'Alleluia! A satire straight from heaven.'
'A funny, captivating exploration of people's desire for hope, power, legacy and answers.'
'Fascinating take on the endlessly vexed question of proving the existence of God'