An Act of God Reviews
Jessica from London, England
This show was the most boring thing I’ve ever seen. If it wasn’t for the fit guy I would have left and that’s not even possible without walking right across the stage. 90 minutes of wannabe youth lingo out of a 50 year old woman who, while trying to use the language of 20 year olds, ruins everything that generation stands for. The characters are one dimensional (seriously Mike, how can all your character be a dude who asks questions while he gets really angry and ends his short monologues with a red head?) and the storyline is a very, very straight line. The comedy elements use a woman who of course sits on bed eating chocolate with a framed Justin Bieber photograph next to it (basic), and a half naked pretty fit guy who, plot twist, is not stupid! That’s the only surprise you get here though. I‘m glad I only spent 5£ on this, but 5£ and 90 wasted minutes is still way more than what I‘d like to spend on this „show“. We should have watched cats instead Poorly written, poorly executed
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