Classic BBC sitcom Yes, Prime Minister has been revived for the stage and following two sell-out West End seasons, the show visits Tunbridge Wells for one week only.
The original writers of the TV show, Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn, have reunited for this 30th anniversary production, which means that Prime Minister Jim Hacker and his Cabinet Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby, are back in this hilarious satirical play. Michael Fenton Stevens plays the inhabitant of Number 10 with Crispin Redman as Sir Humphrey and Bernard Matus as Principal Private Secretary, Bernard Woolley.
Yes, Prime Minister will run at the Assembly Hall in Tunbridge Wells from Tuesday May 28 to Saturday June 1 and tickets are priced from £17.50 to £25.50. Book online at www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk or call the box office on 01892 530 613.