BoJo. What a lovable fool! A harmless, bumbling toff! A buffoon proper! Beloved and hated, never anything in between. A politician, biographer, columnist, TV personality, eighth cousin of David Cameron, and in addition, and one of GQ magazine’s Worst Dressed Men. Boris Johnson, done with politics is up to yet another challenge - appearing nightly at the West End theatre closest to London's Downing Street!
This rollicking tale packs in pay-as-you-go bikes and an ancient Greek lecture for good measure. Be ready for a deadly satire, with an unruly blond mop-top wig and an uncannily accurate voice of David Benson. This political comedy genius, well known for his appearances in One Man Two Guvnors, winning Fringe festival award for Think No Evil Of Us and having portrayed the likes of Kenneth Williams and Frankie Howerd, is going to be simply irresistible!
After completely selling-out at the Edinburgh Fringe, it finally makes its way to the West End, as predicted by Evening Standard's Veronica Lee last August. Written by Tom Crawshaw and directed by Yaz Al-Shaater.
Do not miss this strictly 4-week run and book your tickets now!