Stand-up show / satire starring Grace Campbell performed on the following days in August 2019...
Grace Campbell survived a childhood in British politics. Her Dad, Alastair Campbell, worked closely with Tony Blair for many years. Now Grace, co-founder of feminist group The Pink Protest, wants to tell you why she'll never consider a career in Westminster. Expect vagina jokes, mental health within Parliament, anecdotes of hanging out with Putin's kids, plus trying (and failing) to bring the Labour Party back together... Grace is laugh-out-loud funny and wildly outspoken with compassion for the world that might make you hopeful for the future. As seen on Channel 4.
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