With farces such as this, you have to go being prepared to suspend disbelief… like why would someone stand there with trousers round ankles, how can they not see something right in front of them etc… I would prefer something more realistic. I have seen worse! Some farces you could if right disposition or in right mood, get really into. I do think this is one could get really into!
The comedy capers are set in a hotel and revolve around a junior Tory minster. There are references to May and Corbyn; not quite topical given shifting nature of English politics at the moment but still enough to raise smiles and laughs including from me.
Enjoyed central character; The junior minster. ‘Barry from Eastenders’ had a major part which he was competent at. Found Corboyn’s secretary a little annoying at points. Star performance perhapas goes to the actor playing dead on stage for ages; impressive understated acting!
Overall, not a must see but pleasant for light entertainment.