Is God Is (Royal Court )
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Is God Is (Royal Court )
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Is God Is (Royal Court ) London Reviews and Tickets

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Funny, Edgy, Violent, Wicked, Clever

The UK premiere of Aleshea Harris’ revenge play about a reunion between a mother and her daughters.

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337 Reviews | 70 Followers
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Violent, Wicked, Funny, Epic

See it if you're open to something fast, furious, and violent.

Don't see it if you're particularly sensitive. Read more

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Edgy, Entertaining, Clever

See it if You are a fan of Tarantinoesque revenge stories.

Don't see it if You prefer subtle character drama, this one is loud and OTT.

Critic Reviews (4)

Time Out London
September 21st, 2021

'Is God Is’ is weighted with symbolism and potential meanings ... still, for all the thrill of the trip, its mix of nihilism and glibness left me a bit cold, emotionally speaking. [It] might have felt more meaningful if it had taken its time just a little more.
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What's On Stage (UK)
September 17th, 2021

Themes bubble and disperse ... nothing is over-weighted but everything matters. Yet there's no sentiment in the writing, and the performances are also noticeably direct, creating characters who shine brightly.
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The Guardian (UK)
September 17th, 2021

It misses no opportunities to either send up familiar tropes or, gratingly, remind us of its cleverness. Not all of the violent or comic scenes work, either. But these irritations are offset by its always crisp, entertaining and outrageous script.
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London Theatre
September 17th, 2021

The performances have the collective fire in the belly that is called for as they wend their way through various witty Chloe Lamford sets. The play goes heavy on the carnage if not on a sense of respite achieved along the way.
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