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Since the 2010 general election we've seen triple Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominee Josie Long, via her shows, learning about politics and becoming more politically active. In 'Romance and Adventure', she's as passionate as ever about her love of social justice, but the queen of whimsy is more mature here than in her previous offerings. Yes, the Tories are the 'baddies', but Long is now happy to admit that she occasionally contradicts her beliefs. This is a less preachy hour that her 2011 show, and arguably funnier. She just keeps getting better and better.