It was the year that brought us President Trump, the Brexit bus and Boris Johnson trying to reinvent himself as a diplomat. Join our panel of political experts and comedians for a fast-paced, funny and ferocious look at how politics changed in 2016. Featuring Jess Phillips, the most outspoken MP in the Commons today, and Andy Zaltzman of the smash-hit Bugle podcast. Chaired by Helen Lewis of the New Statesman.
Jess Phillips MP - Jess is Labour MP for Birmingham, Yardley and was recently a guest on Have I Got News for You
Tiff Stevenson - Tiff is a comedian, and her credits include Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, Mock The Week, and Never Mind The Buzzcocks
Xenia Wickett - Xenia is head of the US and the Americas Programme at Chatham House, and an American politics expert
Andy Zaltzman - Andy is a political satirist and comedian, and his appearances include 8 Out of 10 Cats, The Politics Show, and John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show
Doors open 6:30pm
General Admission: £14
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