Rory Bremner, John Bird and John Fortune take their satirical scalpels to the election. With three shows (tonight, tomorrow and Tuesday) in which to poke political fun, the trio keep things topical by recording each programme on the day of its transmission. Bremner provides impressions and analysis with Bird and Fortune adopting their usual guises as senior political figures.Toby Dantzic, The Telegraph, 1st May 2010
As he begins his Election Battlebus tour, Rory Bremner despairs at the new generation of politicians with no personality.Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph, 7th April 2010
Impressionist Rory Bremner is back on the stand-up circuit for the first time in five years in the run up to the General Election.
His show Rory Bremner's Election Battlebus will feature some of his most famous characters from Government's past, present and perhaps future.BBC News, 7th April 2010
When John F. Kennedy was shot in 1963, the comedian Lenny Bruce suggested that the authorities should dig two graves at Arlington Cemetery in Washington - one for Kennedy and one for Vaughn Meader, the President's arch-impersonator. As the General Election in this country rapidly approaches, I must admit to feeling a little uneasy at the prospect of losing quite so many characters who have become part of my professional life.Rory Bremner, Daily Mail, 27th March 2010