A new Tory PM must unite his party’s warring factions with his masterful plan for a final Brexit deal
Brexit is happening. Slowly. The 18-month transitional arrangement is now in its fourth year. New Prime Minister Adam Masters was the only candidate all factions of the party could agree on. Surely his plan for Brexit must be the right one. Just... what was that again?
A new satire by Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky.
Political satire about the big issue of the day that suffers from poor pacing and issues with delivery (Review from Edinburgh Festival)
It’s all too easy to imagine these conversations going on right now and continuing well into the future (Review from Edinburgh Festival)
This painstakingly long play (running at 75 minutes) is saved only by its one-liners and gags that the audience seems to love (Review from Edinburgh run)
Laughs? There are a few but they don’t meet the quota needed to justify the box-office stampede
Although there are decent laugh-out-loud jokes which please both sides, it’s all a bit Radio 4 Friday night comedy podcast