Description

Historical entertainer and satirist Paddy Cullivan brings you ‘The Joy of Brex’, a one-man political cabaret full of hilarious insight, provocative imagery and satirical song, celebrating the (hopefully) positive fallout from Brexit.

The year is 2029. Ireland is united – sorry – agreed. Donald Trump is starting his fourth term as President. And President Corbyn presides over the English Republic, now separated from Scotland and the EU.
How did we get to this, what have we gained and most importantly, what does the future hold?
This event is BYOB. 

Tickets & Pricing
  • Standard £8.00
  • Concession £6.00
Sun, 31 Mar 2019
8:00pm to 9:30pm
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