Claire Parry's latest show, Boorish Trumpson, hits Weston-Super-Mare on November 30 for one night only.

Following the critically acclaimed run at the VAULT festival in London, it's set to be an unforgettable night at The Front Room, kicking off at 7.30pm.

The show, a unique amalgamation of clowning games, audience interaction, and unexpected orchestral manipulations portrays Boorish Trumpson, a determined rehearsal conductor hell-bent on ultimate control over an orchestra, with the audience playing the role of the orchestra.

The use of verbatim Donald Trump and Boris Johnson quotes in the script provides a raucous humour while also raising thought-provoking questions.

Following sold-out shows in Bath, Bristol, London, Margate and Colchester, this Weston-Super-Mare event marks the conclusion of Ms Parry’s 2023 tour.

This is the performer's second solo show after her breakthrough debut "Intolerable Side Effects" in 2019.

Boorish Trumpson has garnered consistent praise.

Express lauded Claire Parry’s "mesmerising clowning and physicality."

Everything Theatre dubbed it "simply spellbinding…a show unlike any I can recall," while FringeBiscuit praised it as a "hilarious, bold & shrewdly clever masterclass in interactive physical comedy."

TheatreWeekly recognised Parry as "masterful" and VoiceMagUK commended her "fantastic comedy timing."