Trump – the Musical!

From the perpetrators of Boris the Musical! (★★★★ “pacy, rude, irreverent and very funny” Reviews Hub) comes a new satirical, songtastic extravaganza: Trump!

2020. Time to make Donald Great Again! But will Putin work his cyber magic once more? And can King Nigel Farage the First of England get his trade deal?

Join Blowfish Theatre for an evening of raucous comedy, original music and one truly awful wig. Trump the Musical is the show that proves just because the world’s being run by a power-crazed narcissist who will bomb us all to hell, it doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy it while it lasts.

This performance takes place at the Waterloo East Theatre. Please see the Your Visit page for the address and directions.

Tickets will go off-sale online one hour before the performance commences, but may still be available on the door from the Waterloo East Theatre Box Office.

Theatre
1hr 00m
Waterloo East Theatre
21 — 25 Feb 19:45
£13.50
15+
19:45
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About the company

2020. Make Donald Great Again!

From the creators of Boris – the Musical! a five start satirical musical.

Artistic Team
Written by
Laurence Peacock
Directed by
Kyle Williams
Composer
Dom Lo
Cast
Performed by
David Burchhardt, Polly Bycroft Brown & Natasha Lanceley

Press & Reviews

The Reviews Hub on Boris the Musical!

Boris The Musical is pacy, irreverent, rude and very funny.

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Opening Night on Boris the Musical

Boris – the Musical is a great fun show which gently illustrates just how bonkers the world of politics truly is whilst offering many, many laughs along the way.

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Musical Theatre Review on Boris the Musical!

★★★★ Boris The Musical wins on just about every count is in the fact that it sets out in the best satirical traditions of That Was the Week That Was and The Frost Report. Whilst it has some painful messages to deliver, it does so with unapologetic irreverence.

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Manchester Theatre Awards on Boris the Musical

A very funny show, which is something of a blessed relief as the UK struggles with the aftermath of Boris’s Brexit shenanigans.

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