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Love 'Life Of Brian’?
Then you're going to love this!*
*Money back guarantee: if you don’t love it - no money back (guaranteed)!

Don't miss the wildly hilarious new play, NotMoses, when it makes its world premiere at the Arts Theatre from 10 March. Written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Gary Sinyor, this gleefully irreverent new comedy runs for a strictly limited 10-week season.

The man, the legend, the saviour – this is the incredible true story of the abandoned baby who became absolutely none of these things. From the River Nile to the courts of the Pharaoh and out into the desert of Sinai, NotMoses reveals the woefully unheroic journey of one man who was so very nearly Moses and who so very nearly led the exodus but his Dad wouldn’t let him.

Thou shall have a riotous evening of laughter at this jaw-droppingly funny new show that is definitely true and in no way made-up. NotMoses runs at the Arts Theatre for a limited season so book now and prophet from the best night out in London.

‘RELENTLESSLY FUNNY’
Maureen Lipman
 
‘HERETICAL AND HYSTERICAL’
David Horovitch
 
‘ALMIGHTY TRIUMPH’
Mark Maier

The cast includes Antonia Davies as Aviva, Dana Haqjoo as Pharaoh, Greg Barnett as NotMoses, Jasmine Hyde as the Princess, Joe Morrow as Feripoti, Thomas Nelstrop as Moses, Niv Petel as Rameses and Leon Stewart plays the Rabbi.  
 
 


Additional Information

Performance dates

10th March to 9th April 2016

Venue Information

Arts Theatre6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB

Customer Reviews

12 reviews3.1

Bob Sproson5th April

Liked the theatre - friendly, helpful staff. Production very funny. Cleverly Irreverent - any male who justifies their aggression or their misogyny upon laws handed down from 'above' should sit, watch, listen and think. Small cast (some playing multiple parts) were terrific without exception. We're all 'Notmoses'.

Lynn Witton4th April

Very good service, fast efficient.

Michael Morton3rd April

Irreverent and very off the wall!!! Thoroughly enjoyed it!

Gabriel Gonzalez27th March

Fresh! Worth a try. Glad we went to see the show!

Sam Angell24th March

Cheap jokes, not very funny. Very weak script. Left at the interval

Caroline Morgan20th March

I thought it was dreadful. I left after 20 minutes which is something I haven't done in 20 years. It made horrible history's look like a Pulitzer Prize winner.

Damian Soriano19th March

The play was terrible. Jokes were not that funny and very obvious. Will not recommend it at all. Better go and see something else.

Kevin Grose18th March

Very enjoyable romp through ancient history. It allows for reflection on the roles religion plays in our lives today.

Mac Porter18th March

A great comedy acted extremely well. Loved the projected scenry. Would see it again and recommend it.

Marion Reynolds18th March

It's alternative. At times I had difficulty hearing dialogue clearly which was a minor inconvenience.

Graham Roberts18th March

I left at the interval. It was like an amateur production and the jokes were mostly pathetic.Very disappointing. SImply not good enough.

Margaret Rodger17th March

Funny in parts and could be a good show with tighter timing and higher production values.