Brexit is happening. Slowly. The two-year negotiating period is now in its fourth year. New Tory Leader and Prime Minister Adam Masters was the only candidate all factions of the party could agree upon. Surely his plan for the next phase of Brexit might be the right one. Just… what was it again?

Brexit, the new play from Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky, returns to the Kings Head Theatre following a smash hit, sell-out London season and a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe last year. Starring David Benson, Adam Astill, Margaret Carbourn Smith, Jessica Fostekew and Thom Tuck.

Early booking strongly advised.

  • ★★★★★ The Scotsman "Deliciously played... wonderful"
  • ★★★★ The Times "Hilarious"
  • ★★★★ Daily Mail "Hilariously pessimistic vision"
  • ★★★★★ Daily Business Magazine "Superb entertainment"
  • ★★★★ New European "Excellent"
  • ★★★★ Bouquets and Brickbats "Shakespearean in its exposure of human frailty and brutality."
  • ★★★★ West End Wilma
  • ★★★★ One4Review
  • ★★★★ Sardines Magazine
  • ★★★★ Quotidian Times
  • ★★★★★ Spy in the Stalls “A true ‘play for today,’ rooted in current political reality, spiced with delicious humour, razor sharp with insight and sparkling wit”
  • ★★★★★ London Theatre Reviews "Performances were splendid... catch it while you can"
  • ★★★★ London Box Office "The sharp writing by Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky seems painfully truthful"
  • ★★★★ London Pubs Theatres ‘A sharply written, sharply observed satire on the whole Brexit farce’
  • ★★★★ ReviewsGate "A first rate antidote to the doom and gloom surrounding the whole affair"
  • ★★★★ The Gizzle Review "Khan and Salinsky have written a tight and smart political drama, full of manipulation and intrigue... it's incredibly funny"
  • ★★★★ StageReview "This witty, invigorating satire about the current Euro-debacle, is not the play this mired, political sham of ours deserves – it’s the one we need right now"
  • ★★★★ Jewish Renaissance Review "A fast moving, merciless satire"


Dates and times

This event finished on 06 July 2019.

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