10 Mar 2016 - 09 Apr 2016

£35.00 - £57.00

Pro reviewers rating
7 reviews

1.3 out of 5.0
Peer reviewers rating
0 reviews

0.0 out of 5.0

In Ancient Egypt, a crying baby is plucked from his basket by a Princess only to be dumped back in the Nile when she sees a nicer baby, Moses.

NotMoses grows up a disgruntled slave whilst Prince Moses studies accountancy at Pharaoh's court.

An important work that answers the question that has troubled mankind throughout the ages: Does oral sex constitute adultery?

Ages 12+

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“Stunning video... Barnett [has] an engaging charm... Morrow effortlessly steals all the best laughs... Stretched much too thinly”

Jane Kemp (What's On Stage)

“A loosely-linked, overlong bunch of sketches in serious need of an edit... As a two-act religious satire, it’s barely coherent. ”

Time Out (Other reviewers)

“A handful of vigorous performances can't stop NotMoses feeling like a wildly overextended five-minute comedy sketch. ”

Henry Hitchings (Evening Standard)

“"Let my people go," said Moses, and the audience might wish for a similar release during this excruciating comedy. ”

Mark Shenton (The Stage, London Theatre, Express)

“Some reasonable gags... slow, too often juvenile, more like a university freshers’ revue than a professional show. ”

Libby Purves (TheatreCat, Times)

“Corny gags... Sinyor’s directing is as crass as his dialogue... Doesn’t have a prayer. ”

Patrick Marmion (Time Out, Daily Mail)

“Feeble... A larky, scrappy, end-of-term attitude underwritten neither by good jokes nor by a sense of satirical intent. ”

Dominic Maxwell (The Times)

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