UKIP has decided to forego its political ambitions in favour of becoming an all-singing, all-dancing musical theatre troupe.
The party's leader Nigel Farage is believed to be pursuing the extreme change of directions in the hopes of achieving a level of success, after failing to both become the MP for his constituency and step down as UKIP leader.
Nigel Farage will star as the musical's protagonist-himself-as well as be credited as the show's director, producer and writer.
The show's premise is to show the struggle of an upper-class gent promoting himself as a working-class hero, whilst coming into conflict with evil equality activists, loony lefties, and the real working class.
The musical will include a variety of numbers, such as: 'The Beat of Bongo Bongo Land', 'Exiting Europe's Rear End', 'For Our Religious Rights', and 'The Man in the Brown Coat.'
UKIP supporters have voiced their outrage at the party's change of direction, with many wondering how the impending invasion of ISIS will be stopped without Farage's political influence and guidance.
A statement released by Nigel Farage's office reads: 'Now is an exciting time for UKIP. Gone is our political motivation. We are rebranding ourselves as an exciting and innovative musical theatre company. We hope our supporters amongst the Great British Public will overpay for their tickets to our first performance.'
'UKIP! The Musical' is due to debut in theatres in May 2016 and run once every year from then onwards.