Let The Right Wing Speak was developed in 2107 as a response to the tumultuous changes of the modern political landscape. It highlights the absurdity of online political discourse by performing the tweets of the alt-right as a cabaret act. My character, Garrett Maldon, an alt-right figure, decides that his opinions need to be shared in a "left wing" way. Garrett uses free jazz improvisation (which he has learnt at a European Conservatoire) to interpret some of his favourite tweets in the hope that more of the "metropolitan elite" might become followers of his personal heroes and endorse their points of view. The work was commissioned by Arts Council England and The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, London, where it was premièred in 2018. Garrett Maldon's last appearance was in Berlin in February 2020.