The Duck House
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  • THE DUCK HOUSE is an outrageous new laugh out loud comedy set in a world of dodgy receipts, dodgier deceit, and pure Parliamentary panic.

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    May 2009. Gordon Brown's Government is in meltdown and a General Election is just one year away. Labour backbencher Robert Houston loves being an MP and will do anything to save his seat – including change sides. All is going well with his switch from red to blue until, on the eve of his final interview with Sir Norman Cavendish, a Tory grandee, the Expenses Scandal breaks.

    As public fury mounts over taxpayers' millions being frittered away on second homes, hanging baskets, moat-cleaning and duck houses, Robert and his secretarial staff (aka wife Felicity, student son Seb, gorgeous girlfriend Holly and Russian housekeeper Ludmilla) find themselves in big, big trouble.

    Ben Miller (BBC1's Death in Paradise and The Armstrong and Miller Show) as the MP who's got it all – and has claimed for most of it  – leads an all-star West End cast of Olivier award-winning National Theatre actress Nancy Carroll, Debbie Chazen, James Musgrave, Simon Shepherd  and Diana Vickers.

    Tony & Olivier award-winning Terry Johnson (Hysteria, End of the Rainbow) directs this hilarious satire from two writers who've been making fun of politicians for decades: Dan Patterson (BBC2’s Mock the Week) and Colin Swash (BBC1’s Have I Got News For You and Private Eye).

    At the West End's Vaudeville Theatre until 29 March 2014, book your THE DUCK HOUSE tickets today!

    *Please note: Suitable for age 14+

    This venue does not supply childrens booster cushions. Please consider this when preparing for your theatre experience with small children at this venue.

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  • Vaudeville Theatre

    404 Strand,
    WC2R 0NH

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    ‘Light as a feather, funny as a quack’ Libby Purves


    ‘A ribald farce … genuinely hilarious’ Charles Spencer


    ‘It’s fast and it’s really funny’


    ‘Blissfully funny’


    ‘A farcical romp… ribald seasonal entertainment’


    ‘A fine production’


    ‘A comic tonic to brighten the cold night winter evenings’ Mark Shenton


    ‘A pretty ripe comedic stew’

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