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Facts archive"Inspector Yassin is a police officer on police business. You will answer his questions like a human being or you will answer them handcuffed to the table and with my foot on your throat. Is that clear?" The West Bank, 2012. A prominent American archaeologist is found dead, killed by a single shot to the heart, but who could hate an archaeologist enough to murder him? As two detectives - one Israeli, one Palestinian - work together to solve the case, they learn that the victim was making outlandish claims: what if the Exodus had never happened? No Moses, no slaves, and no Promised Land... Their prime suspect - an Israeli settler - is clearly guilty of something, but of what? In a world where fact and fiction have become blurred, what are they really looking for? Inspired by a true story, Facts is a thrilling and provocative play about what happens when the truth becomes too dangerous to reveal. European premiere
Performers Philip Arditti, Michael Feast, Paul Rattray.
Author Arther Milner. Producer Daniel Brodie (for Worn Red Theatre - in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre). Director Caitlin McLeod. Design Georgia Lowe. Lighting Elliot Griggs. Music Tegid Cartwright.

Facts

Facts (Play) production archive for QTIX code T28269824. Details of all Facts archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1776129883

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26 Feb 13
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23 Mar 13
Finborough
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