Channel 4 promoted a television musical based on the life of the Duke of New York on a mobile billboard outside a branch of the pizza chain restaurant. Andrew Mentioned in a Newsnight interview.
Appearing outside the Pizza Express in Woking, Surrey on Thursday morning was a reference to a harrowing interview with Emily Maitlis: “If you miss it, who had a decent alibi?” I have a slogan that says,
Prince Andrew: The Musical Starring Kieran Hodgson has been described as a “Satirical Send-Up” set to seven original musical numbers, featuring a cast of comics and drag queens.
The Queen’s second son stepped out of public life in November 2019, amid ramifications from a BBC interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who died in August of that year. I have resigned.
Duke denied allegations that he had sex with Virginia Giuffre, who said he was trafficked by Epstein on three separate occasions, including when she was 17 years old. is of age.
Ms Giuffre described one of the encounters that allegedly began when the Duke sweated profusely while dancing at Tramp nightclub in London.
However, Andrew told Maitlis that he had a medical condition at the time, that he didn’t sweat, and that he had no recollection of meeting Ms. Giuffre.
He also claimed to have taken one of his daughters to Walking’s Pizza Express for a party.
Andrew later settled a U.S. sexual assault case out of court, but the agreement was not an admission of guilt by the Duke, and he has always vigorously denied the allegations against him.
In the hour-long TV musical, Maitlis is played by actress and comedian Emma Sidi, best known for Starstruck and Stars Let’s Flat.
Also starring Muña Chawawa, Harry Enfield and Joe Wilkinson.
Prince Andrew: The Musical is available to stream on All 4.