A Farce In Three Acts.
Snotty is forced out by the hatred of The Populace. The leader of the orchestra, in the pits, is Peter Pederast whose rousing encore is the presentation of Snotty's nemesis, Banana man.
The whole discredited, bullying cabal that is this comedy theatre's full cast of cast offs, meet furtively to ensure the play gets staged regardless of potentially disastrous reviews. The show must go on. The line up is finalised. Jedward agree to lend dramatic licence by appearing to oppose each other. Senior Jedward promises untold riches and a very senior post for Jedward minor in the next production of Labour's farce. Darling and others, relishing opposition salaries, offices and a semblance of the privilege they once abused before, queue for auditions.
Jedward Banana is crowned king of The Marxist Rump and moderated Labour man of the century. Hilary Clinton is summoned to attend the coronation and Tony Bliar re-joins the merry band of wandering but filthy rich players and minstrels. The yellow brick road of banana skins stretches out into a distant gathering storm of obscurity.