A slacker atheist is chosen as the next messiah. Awkward. Fortunately, God does have a sense of humour (after all, she designed the penis). This is her latest start-up. This is religion 2.0.
A comedy about why we believe, that asks: what would you do, if you could change the world?
Ages 12+. 70 mins. In the BT Studio. £10.
★★★★ ‘One of the most enjoyable finds at this year’s Fringe.’ - Evening Standard
★★★★ ‘Gloriously, upliftingly, unapologetically heart-warming. You leave with a tear in your eye and a generally restored faith in humanity.’ - Fest
★★★★ ‘Poignant, funny, well observed… a properly lovely piece of theatre.’ - Exeunt
On Dirty Great Love Story (Fringe First winner, co-written with Katie Bonna):
★★★★★ ‘Dirty Great Love Story does exactly what it says on the tin – and they could throw in the adjectives Lovely, Witty, Delicious too.’ - The Independent