Brexit - the real-life comedy show

Many commentators see the Brexit process as having farcical elements – but an anglophile Italian actor has turned it into a real comedy show.

Brexit has been performed in venues around Italy, France and the UK and had good reviews for its over-the-top portrayal of a father and son  with opposing views.

Self-made businessman Charles, played by Tom Corradini, faces off against Eric (British co-writer Samuel Toye), an aspiring artist, about what it means to be British and European as they prepare to cast their vote.

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