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God and Stephen Hawking archiveStephen Hawking is one of the icons of our age. His book, A Brief History in Time, exploring the Big Bang, black holes and other mysteries of the universe, has sold over 25 million copies. As remarkable is Hawking's own life, extended now several decades beyond the time the doctors pronounced him terminally ill and filled with achievement, drama and controversy enough for a dozen lives. With a cast of characters that includes Hawking himself, his wives and associates, Newton, Einstein, Pope John Paul, the Queen and God, God and Stephen Hawking is a major new theatrical production, an extraordinary revelation of the life and vision of one of the most famous and revered men on the planet.
Performers Robert Hardy (God/Einstein/Newton/Pope John Paul), Stephen Boxer (Stephen Hawking), Teresa Gallagher (Jane Hawking), Kate Abraham (the Nurse).
Author Robin Hawdon. Company Theatre Royal Bath. Director Jonathan Church. Design Ruari Murchison. Music Matthew Scott. Lighting Mark Jonathan.

God and Stephen Hawking

God and Stephen Hawking (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0221539843. Details of all God and Stephen Hawking archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0281653883

Archive Listings

9 Oct 00
14 Oct 00
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
2 Oct 00
7 Oct 00
Richmond Theatre
Outer London
Greater London
26 Sep 00
30 Sep 00
Sheffield Theatres
South Yorkshire
5 Sep 00
23 Sep 00
Derby Theatre
28 Aug 00
2 Sep 00
The Playhouse
23 Aug 00
26 Aug 00
Theatre Royal
Bath & North East Somerset

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User Reviews

USER (11Jan01): I saw this in Bath. This seemed a very difficult subject for a play and so it proved. Robert Hardy's acting was wonderful, but the play was very wordy. Actually I find cosmology interesting, but it is not really why I go to the theatre. I felt it would have been more entertaining if there had been more emphasis on Hawking's interesting life, and less physics.

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