Remainiacs Live: Democalypse 2019 Part Two with special guest Mark Gatiss
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We got an extension - it's the Will of the People! After our 7pm show with James O'Brien sold out in record time, REMAINIACS is proud to present a second house straight afterwards, with a different panel drawn from our regulars, a different spin on the spiralling nightmare of Brexit& and one of our most popular and best-loved podcast guests MARK GATISS as our special guest.

Will No Deal be nearer, further away or blown out of existence? Will we be in the middle of a general election? How will Boris Johnson survive and how should we and our fellows Remainiacs look to the future? Will everything have changed from when the 7pm show finished? Come down and find out&

If you missed out on a ticket for the 7pm show this is a perfect opportunity to re-up your Remainiac energy before the Hallowe'en Crunch hits. And if you are coming to the 7pm show, why not stick around for Part Two? It'll be a different show with new answers to the big topics and some brand new stuff too.

Deliveries of medicine and food might be dicey but we guarantee that supplies of high-quality Brexit analysis and low-quality Brexit humour will never run dry. Depend on it.

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