A stunning tragicomedy about the power of belief and the individual quest for truth in a fractured world, God's Dice makes for an engaging watch.
Why Watch God's Dice
Billed as the debut play by stand-up comedian and stage icon, David Baddiel, God's Dice is hilarious and intellectual at the same time, featuring plenty of Baddiel's effortless, sharp-witted comedy. The story itself is entirely original and has never been performed before, lending it an air of freshness hard to find in theatrical productions right now. Matching Baddiel's writing every step of the way are Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek and QI) and Alexandra Gilbreath (Florian Zeller's The Lie) who pitch in perfect performances. Instantly watchable with a deeper meaning, God's Dice is playing on a limited engagement at the Soho House.
God's Dice asks a seemingly simple but infinitely profound question; what would happen if someone could prove the existence of God, scientifically? The story follows Eddie, a student in lecturer Henry Brook's physics class who does the unthinkable and proves the existence of God using science. The revelation rocks Henry's world, including his marriage to celebrity atheist author, Virginia. What follows is an outright funny battle for power, fame, sex, and followers between science and religion.
Fans of Comedy
“The content of the play is intellectually stimulating and challenging. Who'd have thought the combination of quantum physics and God could be so entertaining!” - whatsonstage.com
Know Before You Go
Recommended for ages 14 and above
The Soho Theatre has a capacity of 150
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Carry a few layers; the theatre is air-conditioned through the year and can get a bit chilly
All West End show tickets are non-refundable.
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