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EDINBURGH 2018: BWW Review: BREXIT, Pleasance Courtyard

EDINBURGH 2018: BWW Review: BREXIT, Pleasance Courtyard

EDINBURGH 2018: BWW Review: BREXIT, Pleasance Courtyard

It's the year 2020 and there's a new Tory prime minister in office who is not that keen on this whole Brexit thing. He wonders if there's a possibility of "full steam reverse" and just hoping that Europe forgets about the leave vote.

The ideas in Brexit bizarrely don't seem that far fetched. The play highlights the ridiculous changes of job titles and positions within the cabinet and it doesn't hold back with its mockery of UK politics.

Khan and Salinsky are masters of political satire and have produced yet another sharp and witty piece of theatre with some excellent one-liners.

At 1 hour and 15mins (and starting almost fifteen minutes late), Brexit outstays its welcome a little and it feels like it could have been a really tight and packed hour instead.

https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/brexit

Photo credit: Grace Gelder

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