We can finally confirm this year’s summer project – a sparkling new satire about Britain’s favourite politician Boris Johnson
Boris: World King sees the Mayor of London (and MP for Uxbridge, and Telegraph columnist, and Cabinet member) make the most of his summer recess by presenting a play about his life at the Edinburgh Fringe – all in a bid to win the Fosters Comedy Award.
It’s our latest collaboration between award-winning writer Tom Crawshaw and award-winning director Yaz Al-Shaater, following 5-star Edinburgh hits Not The Messiah, Auditorium and Later Showers.
Cast to be announced.
You can catch the show at Underground Venues (Buxton Fringe) and the Pleasance Courtyard (Edinburgh Fringe) this July and August. There will also be a London preview to be announced.