The Political Party with Matt Forde
Latest Update: 20 May 2021
Unfortunately, we can confirm that the shows will no longer be going ahead and so your booking has been cancelled.
Bookings will automatically be refunded within 7-10 working days. If you have any queries, please contact the Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are sorry for any disappointment and inconvenience this may cause and we’d like to thank you for your ongoing support and continued patience.
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Matt Forde (as seen on Mock the Week, Have I Got News For You, The Royal Variety Performance and Question Time) hosts his hugely successful monthly comedy night combining up-to-the-minute topical stand-up with a wide-ranging interview with a political heavyweight. Running for over three years, tickets always sell out months in advance.
The Political Party Podcast is regularly in the Top 10 comedy podcasts on iTunes and has over 50,000 subscribers. Previous guests have included Tony Blair, Nigel Farage, Michael Portillo, Liz Kendall, Alastair Campbell and Angus Robertson.
“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
Follow @MattForde on Twitter for the latest news and guest announcements
Please Note: Seating is unreserved in the Studio. We recommend you arrive early to choose your seats. If you are purchasing standing tickets you will not be permitted entry to the studio until 5 minutes before the show opens. All tickets will have a seat apart from the standing tickets. When purchasing Studio Standard and Studio Gallery seats, please note that you may have to share a table with other patrons who are not from your party.
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Singlehandedly fulfilling comedy’s brief of taking our political masters to task. Combining spot-on impressions with up to the minute observations
Mail On Sunday
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Hey, America! You can keep your super-slick, alpha male satirists with suspiciously black hair. We’ve got Matt Forde.