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Hand To God

Hand To God

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About the Show Less...

Harry Potter’s Harry Melling leads the cast of Robert Askins' irreverent Broadway comedy at the Vaudeville Theatre. Read More >

Harry Potter’s Harry Melling returns to the London stage in Hand To God, the irreverent Broadway comedy by Robert Askins.

Melling takes the dual role of Jason and Tyrone. While Jason is an average citizen of a small Texas town, Tyrone is a scandalous, shocking, truth-speaking puppet who riffs on everything from love to faith, shaking the town’s inhabitants to their core.

Melling, who is best known for playing Dudley Dursley in the wizarding franchise, is joined in the cast by Janie Dee, Neil Pearson, Jemima Rooper and Kevin Mains.

The production reunites Dee and Rooper following their 2014 performance together in the Angela Lansbury-led in Blithe Spirit. More recently, Rooper was seen on stage in Breeders at the St James Theatre, while Dee appeared in the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s 2015 production of The Seagull.

Please note, this production contains strong language and adult subject matter, and may not be suitable for those under the age of 15-years-old.


Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 5/02/2016

Opening Night: 15/02/2016

Closing Night: 30/04/2016

Running time: 2h

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Cast & Creative


Harry Melling, Janie Dee, Neil Pearson, Jemima Rooper, Kevin Mains


Director - Moritz Von Stuelpnagel

Lighting Designer - Mark Henderson

Set Designer - Beowulf Boritt

Sound - John Leonard

Author - Robert Askins

About Vaudeville Theatre

404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH

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