From Canto Third:
In peace, Love tunes the shepherd’s reed;
In war, he mounts the warrior’s steed;
In halls, in gay attire is seen;
In hamlets, dances on the green.
Love rules the court, the camp, the grove,
And men below, and saints above;
For love is heaven, and heaven is love.
Forgotten Password Productions & Waterloo East Theatre
Corbyn the Musical:
The Motorcycle Diaries
By Bobby Friedman and Rupert Myers
One of the year’s most anticipated comedies, Corbyn the Musical: the Motorcycle Diaries is a no-holds barred political satire which – unlike the pacifistic Labour leader – pulls no punches against politicians of all parties.
The show sees Jeremy Corbyn facing a nuclear stand-off with Russian President Vladimir Putin. With pressure mounting on all sides, Corbyn has to face up to the biggest challenge of his career. But the solution lies in the story of the fateful motorbike holiday apparently taken by a young Corbyn and his then-lover Diane Abbott in 1970s pre-unification East Germany.
Featuring fictional appearances from Boris Johnson, Tony Blair and Ed Miliband amongst many others, Corbyn the Musical has been described as a cross between The Book of Mormon and The Thick of It.
With original music and composition by Jen Green (The Bachelor Girls, Battle of Britain at 75 – BBC Radio 2) this script comes from the comic writing talents behind successful independent podcast “Political Takeout”, long-featured as one of the most popular political and comedy podcasts in the UK.
“It sounds brilliant”- Kathy Burke, Have I Got News For You
“Surely no one could be so depraved as to actually make the thing?” The Evening Standard
Waterloo East Theatre has announced that the current run of Corbyn the Musical: the Motorcycle Diaries is now sold out, but a further run is not being ruled out. You may register your interest in future performances or for an option on returned tickets by contacting the theatre.
How many Mike Siviers (aka Voxpolitical) does it take to replace a light bulb?
I do not know, but I promise that as soon as Mike blogs on the topic then I will connect his post to this page.
How many Tory Ministers does it take to replace a light bulb?
None! The bulb is not broken and is getting brighter all the time.
I trust this blog post meets with Mike Sivier’s seal of approval?
How many Corbynettes does it take to replace a light bulb?
One. One to give the light bulb a talking to about how Jeremy won 59.5% (of 76.3% of a selectorate) so the bulb cannot be broken!!!
And, anyway, if the bulb is broken then it has to be the fault of neo-liberalism; the Tory Party; the mainstream media; the trades unions not understanding that their members’ jobs should not come before the principles of Islington Socialists; Blair; the EU; Brown; Corbyn being insufficiently left wing; the working class not appreciating the wonders of New, New Labour; the CIA …