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VenueThe Rondo
CountyBath & North East Somerset
From7th June 2007
To7th June 2007
PricesFrom £8.50. To £8.50.
What is currently on at The Rondo (V855)

A Public Kind of Privacy

Set in a shadowy and sinister political landscape with obvious parallels to Orwell's 1984, A Public Kind of Privacy reveals and explores the nature of institutional prejudice against gay lesbian relationships. The mainspring for this drama is the meteoric rise of a young female politician to high office. Her promotion, however, requires her to suppress and deny her sexuality. From the outset she grapples with the all-pervasive male influence of 'Himself', an unseen political leader and puppet master who seeks to control everything within his crumbling administration including the private lives of his ministers.
Author Dougie Blaxland

Archive :: production:T01684178793, play:S0348201298, venue:V855

Production details


Company First Draft Theatre Company (in association with Tik-Sho-Ret)
Director Ariella Eshed
Design Georgia Lowe
Performer Caroline Duffy
Performer Rea Johnston
Performer Sarah Pemberton
Performer David Trevaskis

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