Camden Fringe

29th July - 25th August 2019

Fourth Sector Theatre




It is 2022 and Britain is in post-Brexit-transition transition. In this wry look at democracy two newly elected MPs (with different views on Brexit) are inexplicably detained upon entering an apparently friendly country whilst on a 'good will' mission; British embassy staff are their only link to the outside world. They discover that unilateral decisions to change the rules have personal, political, diplomatic and unforeseen consequences - from 'concerning' to 'absurd' and 'hilarious'. A new play from the writer of 'Making Allowances', Tom Levitt, a former MP (and a passionate Remainer) and Fourth Sector Theatre, a company of experienced actors brought together for this show. This is its first performance (also in Norwich on 2nd, 3rd August.)

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The Lion and Unicorn


Wed 1 Aug 2018 8:00pm £9.00 £8.00
Sat 4 Aug 2018 5:00pm £9.00 £8.00
Sun 5 Aug 2018 5:00pm £9.00 £8.00
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Press coverage

Fringe Review

Sun 15 July 2018


British Theatre Guide

Tue 17 July 2018


Camden New Journal

Fri 27 July 2018


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