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Disraeli – Queen Victoria’s favourite Prime Minister - a play by Jeff Rozelaar
“We are all dreadfully disgusted at the prospect of a Jew for our Prime Minister.” So declared Lady Palmerston when Benjamin Disraeli was given the keys to No.10 Downing Street.
This controversial character's “intrusion” into the heart of Victorian “Establishment” is related imaginatively in this to be premiered play.