Following a sold-out run in April, Critics’ Circle award-winner Greg Hicks and three-time Olivier award-winner Clare Higgins reprise their roles in one of the smash-hit plays of the year.

The Daily Clarion is Britain’s worst newspaper. Power-crazed editor Morris Honeyspoon (Greg Hicks) spends his weekends dressed as Julius Caesar, and life at his beloved paper is a masterclass in incompetence and deceit.

Clarion is a dark comedy about free speech, nationalism and the state of the British media. Written by former journalist Mark Jagasia, who has worked for some of the UK’s leading newspapers, it shines a dazzling light on the dark heart of our democracy.

Artistic Director Mehmet Ergen’s critically-lauded production returns for 4 weeks only, complete with the original cast.

The play runs from October 20-November 14 at the Arcola Theatre. Tickets are £10-19 and can be purchased here.