Playing as part of the King’s Head Theatre’s upcoming #Festival 47 programme, Tom Glover’s play arrives in London following a run at the Brighton Fringe.

Wet Bread - Brighton Fringe 2017

Adele can’t believe the Tories won – everyone she knows voted Labour. Her next mission: change the world in 2016.

She’ll end fracking, help the homeless, save the welfare state, learn to Twitter, keep Britain in Europe and put things right (not Right). Unfortunately, her mum’s cancer is getting worse, her friends have all the wrong opinions, and the love of her life isn’t Vegan. It would all be so much better if everyone just agreed with her.

Inspired by the aftermath of the 2015 general election, this one woman satire examines left-wing activism in a right-wing world.

Talking about the play arriving in London Tom Glover said: “It’s fantastic to have the opportunity to bring Wet Bread to London, especially in the turbulent political times we find ourselves in. What’s great about doing a political show is that the show is nuanced by current affairs and the ever-changing nature of politics at the moment, means the show resonates differently over time.”

The production is directed by Tom Latter, performed by Morag Sims and features set design by Emma Robinson with sound by Richard Bell.

Wet Bread will appear as part of #Festival 47 at the King’s Head Theatre on the 10th,11th and 13th July. For more information and to book tickets visit: