The Right Honourable

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By Mike Bartlett. Nerys Jones, at 28, is the youngest MP in the House of Commons. In her first week she signs up for an introductory tour of Parliament and is surprised to find her tour guide is a very senior politician. At first he seems to be playing some sort of game and she's not sure what it is, but soon she is drawn into a web of intrigue which tests everything she stands for.

Starring Peter Firth and Alexandra Roach (the young Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady), this is fresh political storytelling from Mike Bartlett, one of the most thought-provoking playwrights in Britain today. His TV series, The Town (December 2012), was nominated for a Breakthrough Talent BAFTA. His most recent play Bull received excellent reviews earlier this year at the Sheffield Crucible and transferred to New York. His dramatisation of Chariots of Fire directed by Ed Hall at Hampstead had an extended season last year in the West End.

Directed by Claire Grove

Producer: Clive Brill

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.

SD20131102

By Mike Bartlett. Nerys Jones, at 28, is the youngest MP in the House of Commons. In her first week she signs up for an introductory tour of Parliament and is surprised to find her tour guide is a very senior politician. At first he seems to be playing some sort of game and she's not sure what it is, but soon she is drawn into a web of intrigue which tests everything she stands for.

Starring Peter Firth and Alexandra Roach (the young Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady), this is fresh political storytelling from Mike Bartlett, one of the most thought-provoking playwrights in Britain today. His TV series, The Town (December 2012), was nominated for a Breakthrough Talent BAFTA. His most recent play Bull received excellent reviews earlier this year at the Sheffield Crucible and transferred to New York. His dramatisation of Chariots of Fire directed by Ed Hall at Hampstead had an extended season last year in the West End.

Directed by Claire Grove

Producer: Clive Brill

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.

SD20131102

By Mike Bartlett. A young Welsh MP is drawn into a web of political intrigue.

By Mike Bartlett. Nerys Jones, at 28, is the youngest MP in the House of Commons. In her first week she signs up for an introductory tour of Parliament and is surprised to find her tour guide is a very senior politician. At first he seems to be playing some sort of game and she's not sure what it is, but soon she is drawn into a web of intrigue which tests everything she stands for.

Starring Peter Firth and Alexandra Roach (the young Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady), this is fresh political storytelling from Mike Bartlett, one of the most thought-provoking playwrights in Britain today. His TV series, The Town (December 2012), was nominated for a Breakthrough Talent BAFTA. His most recent play Bull received excellent reviews earlier this year at the Sheffield Crucible and transferred to New York. His dramatisation of Chariots of Fire directed by Ed Hall at Hampstead had an extended season last year in the West End.

Directed by Claire Grove

Producer: Clive Brill

A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.