Now That's What I Call Brexit

Musicals and Opera (satire, comedy)

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    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
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May. Corbyn. Boris. Mogg. The perpetrators of Boris the Musical are back. And this time, they've left no one out. From referendum woes to constitutional calamity, relive the Brexit shitstorm. In song! 'Pacy, irreverent, rude and very funny' **** (TheReviewsHub.com, on Boris the Musical).

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  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: Patrons enter the building via either 3 shallow steps or the platform lift. Please note the platform lift is only suitable for manual wheelchairs and not power wheelchairs. The Other Yin can be accessed via the building lift to the 2nd floor. The Accessible toilet is located on the Basement level. Please make yourself known to a member of staff (in a pink t-shirt) if you require assistance or require a specific seat.
  • Wheelchair access type: Building Lift

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Culture Bean 22 minutes ago

Our politics system might be a mess but Now That’s What I Call Brexit is most certainly not. [...] It’s a top notch comedy of our comedic politics.

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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 5 days ago

A musical seems a more promising way to lance the Brexit boil; the whole thing has that Weimar cabaret feel, redolent of a former Great Power turning nostalgically to nationalism. James Ringer-Beck as Boris, in Now That’s What I Call Brexit, channels freely under a massive blonde wig from Mick...

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British Theatre Guide (4/5 stars) 6 days ago

With all the political turmoil around Brexit, there had to be a show in Edinburgh that poked fun at the situation and Blowfish Theatre’s musical Now That’s What I Call Brexit lampoons the politicians with verve and glee.It’s a caustic hour of good old tongue-in-cheek humour with a healthy dose...

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Musical Theatre Musings (3/5 stars) 14 days ago

The script was fast moving with many blink and you’ll miss it references to political stories, from the infamous vote leave bus, to Boris’ latest hobby making model buses and from Cameron and the pig to the moment May and Trump held hands. I found these quips funny and always on the mark.

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