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HAND TO GOD is the exciting new transfer from Broadway to London's Vaudeville Theatre.
Described as Avenue Q meets The Book Of Mormon, Hand To God at the Vaudeville Theatre is set to take London by storm! An award-winning, fresh and funny play. "Kinda Sesame St meets The Exorcist" says The New York Times
HAND TO GOD, the gleefully dark Broadway comedy about a boy and his potentially satanic hand puppet, will close at the Shubert-owned Booth on Broadway in January before opening in London’s Vaudeville Theatre in the West End in February.
The London production of Hand To God is an exciting transfer for Nimax Theatres after a hugely successful recent run of hit West End productions.
Deep in the heart of Broadway, there lurks a creature so outrageous, so scandalous, so totally surprising… and so refreshingly, shockingly true. This is Tyrone, the scene-stealing sprite who springs hilariously to life in this brilliant, Tony-nominated thrill ride of a comedy. True, Tyrone may be an inanimate object, but his riotously raunchy riffs on everything from love to faith shake a small Texas town to its core, while proving that it is both sinfulness and saintliness that make us all truly human… and utterly alive.
"Hand To God is a must see for anyone who is a fan of dark comedy." - London Theatre Direct
Hand of God at the Vaudeville Theatre has performances from 5th February to 11th June 2016.
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And remember; "A left hand can be a dangerous thing!"
Running time2 hours 20 minutes including one interval. Monday to Saturday: 7:30pm, Wednesday & Saturday: 2:30pm
Performance dates5th February to 30th April 2016
May not be suitable for those under the age of 16 due to strong language and adult subject matter.
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Samuel Allchin1st May
Brilliant show, laughs from start to finish.
Jacky Devitt1st May
I thought it was a brilliant show. Great night out.
Carolyn Kaye1st May
Amusing, well acted and very enjoyable
Stephen Kirk1st May
I'm sad to say I left at the interval. Somehow this play didn't grab me. I like eccentricity and thought provoking works but somehow I wasn't sure what this play wanted to be. Was it satire, comedy, a tirade about belief systems? The start was very slow and it did get my interest towards the interval but I decided to have a walk in the rare sunshine outside than return. If you want a good laugh go and see Painkiller at the Garrick!
Anatol Orient1st May
Fantastic show. Tragic that it had to close early.
Howard Crane29th April
Funny, irreverent, over the top
Jan Bell28th April
Funny but with underlying seriousness. Great performances all round, especially Janie Dee and Harry Melling. Recommended.
Philippa Tonkin27th April
It was a very enjoyable show - certainly adult entertainment. Harry Melling was brilliant.
Joanne Kirby25th April
Absolutely hilarious, I would recommend this show as a massive dose of pick me up if you think your life is a mess..............
David Evans24th April
Great acting and if you are broad minded about a subject that challenges any religious beliefs you hold; its a very entertaining production.
William Atkinson24th April
Great show for lovers of Avenue Q, possession, puppets, and irreverent comedy. Hilarious, intelligent show that deserves more attention than it's getting.
Tracey Sheehan24th April
Fantastic cast and hilarious