Play named after Tory’s MP ‘duck island’ opens on the West End

INFAMOUS Sir Peter Viggers
INFAMOUS Sir Peter Viggers

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A PLAY based on the MP’s expenses scandal has opened on the West End.

The Duck House, which is named after a floating ornamental duck island which former Tory Gosport MP Sir Peter Viggers claimed £1,645 for, is being performed at the Vaudeville Theatre until March 29, next year. The comedy has been written by written by Dan Patterson and Colin Swash.