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, playing at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, 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 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 of God at the Vaudeville Theatre has performances from 5th February to 11th June 2016.
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