WITH THE general election just around the corner, a stage version of the BBC’s classic satirical sitcom Yes, Prime Minister is coming to the Norbury Theatre.
The show centres around Prime Minister Jim Hacker who is faced with the UK being in crisis, unemployment on the rise and a coalition government creaking at the seams.
The modern reworking of the TV programme provides some light-hearted relief from the politics of the real world and is being staged at the Friar Street venue from Thursday to Saturday (April 16 to 18) and the following Thursday to Saturday (April 23 to 25).
It is led by a strong cast and the sharp script is packed full of topical humour and revolves around a diplomatic dilemma involving the fictitious nation of Kumranistan.
Performances start at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10 and £9.
To book, visit norburytheatre.co.uk or call the box office on 01905 770154.