In his new book, A Farewell to Calm: The New Normal Survival Guide, he presents a brilliantly acerbic collection of some of his funniest sketches. Join him as he reflects on 18 months of bluster and bedlam, riddled with unfathomable U-turns and Christmas Covid confusion, lockdown-lifting and nonstop Brexit blithering.
Venue: Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ
Tickets: £10 / £8
Date and time: Thursday 30th June, 7.30pm
Box Office: Book online or via Mercury Theatre 01206 573948
Infectiously entertaining political satire, from the author of Decline and Fail and I, Maybot.
It’s becoming easier and easier to predict government policy.
Just listen to what the prime minister says in the morning and the opposite is likely to be true come the middle of the afternoon.
Throughout another year of Westminster bluster and bedlam, John Crace’s gloriously acerbic political sketches have provided a much-needed injection of humour.
Here, Crace introduces an infectiously funny selection of his finest pieces, from a summer of U-turns to Christmas calamities, Brexit blithering to lockdownlifting.
Led by Boris’s pound-shop Churchill tribute act, and starring everyone’s least favourite pantomime villains, the end result is a brilliantly entertaining chronicle of another tumultuous year on these benighted islands.
John Crace is the Guardian‘s parliamentary sketch writer and author of Decline and Fail and I, Maybot.
You can follow John Crace on Twitter at @JohnJCrace