In life imitating art, the year is 2020 and the Tory party have just elected a new Prime Minister following a leadership contest.
Written by a lawyer (and ex-Islington Councillor) and an improv expert, Brexit is a comedy play about the 18-month negotiating period for Brexit, which is now in its fourth year with new Prime Minister Adam Masters at the helm. He was the only candidate every Tory could agree on, and he has a plan to solve Brexit… if only he could remember it.
Written by Tom Salinsky, author of The Improv Handbook, and Robert Khan, a lawyer who has worked in Parliament, policy and politics, Brexit is a comedy play about maintaining frenetic inertia and going full speed reverse.
drags on returns to the King’s Head Theatre following a sell-out run in 2018.
When: 11th June – 6th July 2019
Where: King’s Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, The Angel, London N1 1QN
£: Tickets cost £18.50 – £27.50 (Suitable for ages 12+)
More info: www.kingsheadtheatre.com