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It is 2006 and a man is about to have tea with a dictator accused of crimes against humanity: one Robert Gabriel Mugabe. The night before they meet, the man examines his own life and Mugabe's legacy in search of an answer to one terrible question: should he serve Mugabe tea or shoot him dead? Based on a true story. This performance showcases the work of University of Bolton Media and Production students who have created the set design, costumes, props, hair and make-up, lighting, and marketing of the new play. The students have also composed original music, choreographed, stage managed, cast and assisted in the direction of the play.Presented by University of Bolton.
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