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What if you could prove the existence of God, with science? Do not miss your chance to see this stunning new play in its limited 1-month run at London’s Soho Theatre. Space is limited so make sure you get tickets for God’s Dice now to avoid disappointment!
David Baddiel’s God’s Dice starring Alan Davies
Edie is a student in Henry Brook’s physics class when he seems to prove the existence of God using science. His discovery threatens to shake his entire universe. His marriage to celebrity atheist author Virginia is hanging in the balance.
Science and religion battle each other in this hilarious war for power, sex, fame and followers. This striking new tragicomedy stars Alan Davies in a play that centres on the strength and power of faith and our eternal quest for the truth in a broken world.
Cast and Creatives of God’s Dice
God’s Dice stars comedian Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek, QI) as Henry with Alexandra Gilbreath (Twelfth Night, Hedda Gabbler, Monarch of the Glen) as Virginia, Nitin Ganatra (EastEnders, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) as Tim and Leila Mimmack as Edie. The cast is completed by Adam Strawford.
God’s Dice is the debut play from comedian, author and screenwriter David Baddiel. The show is directed by James Grieve (The Assassination of Katie Hopkins, Black Mountain).
God’s Dice is playing at the Soho Theatre for a limited 1-month run. Do not miss your chance to catch David Baddiel’s debut play starring Alan Davies. God’s Dice tickets are now available, book your tickets now to get the best seats at the best prices.
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 14+
Performance dates24 October – 30 November 2019
AccessThere will be a Captioned performance Tuesday 19 November.
Caroline Di Bernardi Luft7th November
Fantastic play, super funny and clever. I definitely recommend!
Mr Malcolm Glass7th November
A bit heavy to start but once into the theme it developed very well and the script must be one of the hardest to learn I have ever seen. A mixture of physics technical (it matters not whether any of it is true) and wordology , baffles me how the cast remember it all. Very entertaining and always a good venue.
Stephen Wearing5th November
Brilliant liitle theatre and God's ?? dice proved to be a thoroughly enjoyable experience
John Newberry5th November
We saw this last night and have to say what a wonderfully enjoyable play by the amazing David Baddiel and this production is a work of pure genius and well worth seeing in it's London run, (until the end of November). The cast are astonishingly good and we were rivitted buy their gloriously good performances for over 2 hours. All the leads were a joy to watch and at the top of their game and can't say have enjoyed a play as good as this in a longtime, '5 star' quality entertainment. I wast familiar with Edie (Leila Mimmack), but she is an amazing young actress who is phenominally good and gave a mind blowingly joyous performance as Alan's student.
James Woods5th November
Terrific! Thought provoking and stimulating but above all great fun!
Sally Johnson5th November
Loved the small theatre, great acting. Funny and thought provoking. No need to dress up.
Thomas Robert Foster1st November
Ambitious plot that did not quite hit the mark it seemed to be aiming at. Loved all the performances and the set up of the theatre which is very cosy. Still enjoyed it immensely as made me think...