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An Act of God (with Sean Hayes)

Feedback: Sean Hayes is really really really funny! Amazing comedian and actor! For the religious ones, beware, it can be a bit blasphemous, so take it with a grain of salt. It is really just comedy!  (From SHNSF site ) AN ACT OF GOD The new hit play from the creator of, well, everything. "Deliriously funny! It's Jon Stewart funny plus Stephen Colbert funny."   - The New York Times   "Sinfully funny! A divine comedy!"   - Vanity Fair   "Wickedly funny and irreverent!"   - The Hollywood Reporter   After conquering Broadway, the King of the Universe is coming to San Francisco for the first time ever! God takes the form of Emmy Award winner Sean Hayes in AN ACT OF GOD , a 90-minute comedy where the Almighty and His devoted Angels answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation. He’s finally arrived to set the record straight… and He’s not holding back! AN ACT OF GOD, coming to the S

The Elephant Man @ Royal Haymarket

Starring Bradley Cooper June 30, 2015 Where: Theatre Royal Haymarket Link: h ttp:// Photo credit from A play about John Merrick who had some disorders and was called an Elephant man because of the 'enlarged' parts of the body.  I am amazed at Bradley how we can 'hold' that kind of face, walk like that, it must be really painful to do that for hours! Patricia Clarkson as Mrs. Kendal, the actress Alessandro Nivola as Frederick Treves Walking to Trafalgar Square after the Show

Generation Z @ White Chapel (Immersive theatre)

Link:!genz Address: 69 Mile End Road, London Nearest Tube: White Chapel Have you got what it takes to survive a zombie apocalypse? The Generation of Z hurls you head first into a world ravaged by the undead. Fight for your future as you journey through a battle against extinction. Set within a maze-like security containment depot swarming with terrifying zombies, you're in the thick of it until the bitter end, be it rescue … or death. Inspired by the movies and video games of the zombie genre, The Generation of Z is a multimedia horror play on steroids that takes a chainsaw to the fourth wall. ( Review from the Edinburgh Festival ) Note: This is not good for the faint-hearted as there are really loud 'gun' noises, scary zombies, and much much more.  They also have strobe lights (so if you have problem with that, you might want to sit this one out). Personal Feedback: Pardon me for the language but this was f*cking awesome!