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The Riot Club are back in business. This time on one condition. They must behave. Keep it out of the Daily Mail. Preserve the reputation of the club. After the mishaps of this exclusive Oxford group at their last dinner their President has promised its ex-members not to bring the club back into public disrepute. At a tough political time the reputation of the PM cannot be tarnished.

As the booze flows and the mood turns sour will the brotherhood prevail or will the lawyers of those with the deepest pockets preserve these bright young men’s futures?

Award-winning writer Laura Wade is the author of Home, I’m Darling the winner of the 2019 Best New Comedy Olivier Award.

Tyger Drew-Honey (Outnumbered, Cuckoo) stars in this provocative dark-comedy, making his stage debut as Alistair Ryle, the toff with a chip on his shoulder.

Duration: 2 hours 40mins with interval

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A Joe Prentice production

By Laura Wade

Directed by Lucy Hughes

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Age guideline: 14+

  • One of the best plays of the decade.
       
    Daily Telegraph
  • Undeniably powerful.
       
    Independent
  • A heady blend of timely satire and outrageous romp.
       
    Evening Standard

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