Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental
This is barbed satire at its best. Playing on the fraught relationship between press, politicians and police this topical show has all the right elements. Step inside The Free Press, a tabloid desperately searching for new readers. Writer Richard Bean pulls no punches, dangling the bait before the audience. This is very funny indeed.
"Blessedly funny. Bracing topicality. Richard Bean doesn’t do things by halves."