BFI Southbank is to host a special evening celebrating the 30th anniversary of satirical puppet show, Spitting Image.
The event takes place on February 27th and will bring together impressionists, writers and politicians the show lampooned.
Special guests will include Harry Enfield, Ian Hislop, Kate Robbins, Rob Grant, Richard Holloway and the voice of Margaret Thatcher Steve Nallon as well as the shows creators Fluck & Law.
They will be joined onstage by politicians Lord Roy Hattersley and Lord David Steel, who will discuss the effect their puppet personas had on their careers.
Also screening as part of the evening will be Arena: Whatever Happened To Spitting Image?, a new BBC Four documentary directed by Anthony Wall, which will be followed by a Q&A.
Tickets cost £15, concessions are £11.50 (Members pay £1.50 less)