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Orwell's tale of oppression, revolution and betrayal set amongst the animals in a farm. One of the most important books of the 20th Century. Mr Jones is forced to abandon his farm by his mistreated animals and the opportunities for a new life and afresh start where all animals are equal seems like an exciting new dawn. But gradually the promises crumble to reveal a regime of propaganda and force as some animals emerge more equal than others.
Archive :: production:T997708158, play:S2341, venue:V126
Using nothing more than a bale of hay, a bowler hat and some truly sensational sound effects, each and every animal in this classic of world literature is recreated with humour and pathos in a remarkable physical performance that is accessible to audiences of all ages and cultures.
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