Philip Quast and his radical toys

Philip Quast and his radical toys

Welcome to Situation Theatre, home of creative and analytical work in search of a socialist utopia. Pretty sure we'll get there any day now.

Here at ST we're still deciding which idea is more profound: Karl Marx’s “It is not the consciousness of men that determines their existence, but their social existence that determines their consciousness” or Stewart Lee’s “David Cameron and Ed Milliband are about as different as two rats fighting over a courgette that has fallen into a urinal. The main difference being that the David Cameron rat is wearing chinos, in an attempt to win over the youth voter”.

While we’re mulling this over, please enjoy the satire, features, videos, photos and reviews on the site, all exclusively dedicated and addressed to Play School’s Philip Quast. May his re-enactments of the Russian Revolution with Big Ted (Tsar Nicholas II) and Gemima (Lenin) live in our hearts forever.

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