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In a world where political divides gape open, and personal wounds are wider still, loyalty means everything. The question becomes how far are you willing to go? It's 1973 and in the gloom of a Belfast safe house, tied to a chair, sits a hooded man. His captors, ?Redhand? Ennis and ?Halftank' McGee, nervously await the interrogator's arrival by seeking distraction in tea and bickering. Nearby, a dog lies dead by the side of the road and it's all Halftank's fault. What follows will not only test their loyalty to breaking point, but also bring their very humanity into question. Age 18+. Running time: 100mins including a 20min interval.Performers Joshua Hill, Rory Murphy, Graham O'Mara, Mathew Wernham.
Author Paul Roberts. Company Etch Theatre Company. Director Oliver Dawe. Design Anna-Louise-Hale. Lighting Nicholas Holdridge. Sound Owen Crouch. Other Joanna Christou (make-up). Other Sophie Angelson (fight consultant).
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