Shaw's 1933 "Political Comedy" contrasts the windbags, inflated egos, personal agendas and special interest groups of the governing class with mobs of the unemployed protesting in the streets. The issues in the play are provocatively resonant today (Occupy Wall Street!). Christina's set juxtaposed the Cabinet Room at No.10 Downing Street with an enormous British coat-of-arms spray-painted on a massive brick wall in the style of the graffiti artist Banksy.

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