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Includes - 'The Mandelson Files' by Paul Sirett, 'On the Couch with Enoch' by Tanika Gupta, 'The Ballad of Bony Lairt by Roney Fraser-Munro, 'The (Bogus) People's Poem' by Kay Adshead. Are Blairite policies merely a roundabout way of persuading the masses to revolt? Was Enoch Powell really a fascist tyrant or just a misunderstook poet? Where there's a Fat Cat there's a way - so how can you justify state intervention? The New Deal - the end of unemployment as we know it or Tragic Farce? Campsfield - a haven for political asylum seekers or a prison camp for criminals. 5 wicked writers grapple with the issues of the day.

Director Lisa Goldman. Director Deborah Bruce. Design Rosalind Coombes.

Seeing Red Part II

Seeing Red Part II (Festival) production archive for QTIX code T01101013489. Details of all Seeing Red Part II archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1087

Archive Listings

26 May 98
to
14 Jun 98
BAC (Battersea Arts Centre)
Inner London
Greater London

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