$19.00 - 25.00
02 9550 3666
General Admission Seating
On sale now @ Factory Theatre & Ticketek


Ange Lavoipierre has regretfully advised that in relation to the global Covid-19 pandemic, this event has been cancelled.

All tickets purchased through Ticketek will receive a full refund. You do not need to contact Ticketek or the Factory Box Office to receive this refund. ​—————————————————————————————————————————————————————

Zealot is a demented excavation of the structurally unsound layer cake that is one woman’s memories of God. In it, award-winning comedian, ABC journalist and one-time true believer Ange Lavoipierre charts the course from 10-year-old evangelist to fully-fledged heathen.

Most of the ways God was explained to her have only inspired yet more questions. Does Santa believe in himself? Whomst amongst us will go to heaven? Was God the original herpes carrier? And is the blue Google Maps dot sentient? ‘Zealot’ has answers and will give you plenty to believe in.

Praise for Ange:

✭✭✭✭ “Mind melting shit” – The Skinny

✭✭✭✭“Honest, dark and wild” – The Adelaide Advertiser

✭✭✭✭“A powerhouse of a performer” – Plays To See

Winner, Best Comedy Weekly Award, Adelaide Fringe 2019

“A smart operator who brings her monologue to a satisfying conclusion while delivering the show with a mischievous charisma behind even the driest of set-ups” – Chortle

“Her drollness and self-deprecation wring laughter from stories that could in other hands have instilled horror”. – The Sydney Morning Herald

“Honest, dark and wild… you never know which way it will go.” – The Adelaide Advertiser

“Clever, absurd, focused and a little batty… a show that clearly stakes her claim in the comedy circuit.” – The Music

“Impeccable timing and over the top, frantic delivery bordering on what seems like a breakdown” – The Skinny

“The writing here is truly superb and Lavoipierre delivers it fantastically, never breaking character. Her constant energy keeps the show alive. She is a powerhouse of a performer who makes everything she does fantastically watchable.” – Plays to See