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Watch our chat with Labour of Love writer James Graham

Writer James Graham tells us about his new political comedy, Labour of Love.

Having worked on the likes of This House in the West End and Finding Neverland on Broadway, writer James Graham tells us about his new political comedy, Labour of Love.

Labour of Love is a political comedy set in a local constituency office. The play covers 25 years of the Labour party, pitting a local MP against his constituency agent played by Martin Freeman and Sarah Lancashire.

Writer James Graham celebrates credits on both stage and screen, having worked on fellow political comedy This House and the Broadway production of Finding Neverland.

We invited James into the Ticketmaster UK office to discuss the play, the process of writing, and working with Freeman, Lancashire, director Jeremy Herrin, and producers Michael Grandage and Nick Frankfort.

Find out more in our interview below:

Labour of Love opens at the Noel Coward Theatre on the 15 September 2017. You can get tickets through Ticketmaster.co.uk from 9:00 on Tuesday 6 June 2017.

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