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Performed at the garrick Theatre between 24 May, 2021 and 02 Jun, 2021

Matt Forde (Spitting Image, Have I Got News For You, The Royal Variety Performance, Mock the Week and Question Time) brings his hugely successful ‘Political Party’ night to London’s West End.

The Political Party has sold out every show at The Other Palace theatre since 2013 and comes to The Garrick (24 & 25 May) and Vaudeville Theatres (2 June) for a special run of shows.

Matt will be joined by a series of political heavyweights, including the Leader of the Opposition and the former Labour MP for Hartlepool, for this strictly limited West End run.

The guests on each night are

BOOK NOW | Monday 24 May – Peter Mandelson & Sayeeda Warsi

BOOK NOW | Tuesday 25 May – Keir Starmer & Andrea Leadsom

BOOK NOW | Wednesday 2 June – Jess Phillips & Esther McVey


The Garrick and Vaudeville Theatres operate strictly under the government COVID-19 guidelines. For further information check our COVID-19 secure information page. Bookings can be for up to six people from mixed households or larger where only two households combine. If you or anyone in your party experience symptoms of COVID-19 or are required to self-isolate we have a 100% exchange guarantee up to 24 hours before your performance. Please contact and they will assist.

The Political Party Podcast is regularly in the Top 10 comedy podcasts and has hit 6 million downloads. The show was recently listed by ‘The i’ newspaper as one of the 50 Greatest Podcasts.
Previous guests include Tony Blair, Julia Gillard, Anthony Scaramucci, Nicola Sturgeon, Sadiq Khan, Jeffrey Archer, Margaret Beckett, Michael Heseltine, Edwina Currie and Ken Clarke.

Follow @MattForde on Twitter for the latest news and guest announcements.

'Our foremost satirical stand-up. Whatever your politics you will find excellence here'

The Sunday Times

'Forde has the kind of impersonation skills necessary to make the political class shift uncomfortably in its collective seat...informed, astute and consistently funny'

The Telegraph

'A first class comic'

The Guardian