What would you ask God if you had the chance? The team at God 2.0 want to know the answer and may even use it in their new show, which opens later this month. Book your tickets now.
The new production, staged by Kent-based company Blueberry Goose Theatre Group, runs at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre from 12 to 16 November 2019. They’re asking for members of the public to get in touch via email or social media with the question they’d pose to God if they were given the opportunity. What’s that got to do with their new show? The idea of questioning an all-powerful deity is what Andy Bruce-Lockhart’s satire is all about.
In the world of God 2.0, the heavenly entity gives a monthly interview answering absolutely any question. For Ash Pentel, a troubled heavy-weight political journalist and this month’s interviewer, the right answer could be a life saver.
At one level the play is an exploration of how society as a whole might deal with situation. How does it cope with the sudden proof that God exists? That God is real? On another, it is about how individuals might process this understanding based on their own personal perspectives and prejudices.
God 2.0 follows the success of Blueberry Goose Theatre Group’s Letting Go, which enjoyed a run at the Hen & Chickens Theatre as part of this summer’s Camden Fringe. Two of the cast from that production – CMJ Taylor and Zoe Cunningham – are reunited by Bruce-Lockhart for God 2.0. They’re joined in the cast by Malcolm Jeffries, Inez Thorn and Romy Chaggar.
God 2.0 runs at The Lion & Unicorn Theatre, 42-44 Gaisford St, Kentish Town, London NW5 2ED from 12 to 16 November with performances from Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £14. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!!
Do you have a question for God?
We’d love to hear your question. Email us (a video if u like) firstname.lastname@example.org. It might b in the show. #God2Point0 @LandUTheatre 12-16 Nov 730pm With @ZoeFCunningham @carpet_Martin @malcolmjeffries @InezThorn3 & #RomyChaggar
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— Blueberry Goose Theatre Group (@goose_group) October 25, 2019