Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill will reunite for another Christmas adventure as they take to the stage at a Belfast theatre tonight.
The pair will come face to face again for the fourth in the series of Michelle and Arlene satirical plays - Ulster Says Snow!
The latest farce, penned by award-winning author Rosemary Jenkinson, promises to be the wildest and most political Christmas show in town.
Mary-Frances Doherty and Maria Connolly will reprise their roles as the unlikely comedy duo are thrown together once more, with Richard Lavery back at the helm directing.
The show returns tonight for a three-night run at the Accidental Theatre in Shaftesbury Square and will also be staged again tomorrow and Thursday, December 13 at 8pm sharp.
As MLAs find themselves in the midst of a pay-cut, the DUP and Sinn Fein leaders are desperate to bag a 'real' job in time for Christmas.
With Brexit negotiations hotting up and fundamental rights on the chopping block, Arlene's left in the cold by Michelle's brand new 'womance' with Mary Lou - but a man from Brazil could provide them with a wild, unforgettable getaway and an answer to all their problems.