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Video: The Play That Goes political

Published 5 May 2015

It’s a common complaint that, beneath their party colours and characteristic style of rhetoric, all politicians are essentially exactly the same. In this week of political excitement however, we are very excited to be able to exclusively reveal a new contender who couldn’t be more different from the Millibands and Camerons.

This ambitious man is not Oxbridge or Eton and neither a career politician nor man of the people. Instead he’s an amateur actor who believes the most important change needed for education is to get rid of “boring maths” and that it is imperative the NHS is privatised in order that you don’t have to get naked in front of your fellow patients.

Yes, that’s right. The Play That Goes Wrong’s Dennis has entered this year’s political race and he wants your vote.

You can exclusively watch an interview with the man himself above and find out why a vote for him means buses will be bendier than ever and John Terry will be back in charge of the UK’s defence. What more could you want from the next leader of this great country (don’t answer that).

The Play That Goes Wrong, winner of this year’s Best New Comedy Olivier Award, is booking at the Duchess Theatre until 16 February. Book tickets through us here.



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