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The Black Curtain
Duntown, a town which could be anytime and anywhere, is sizzling in a heat wave. When Frank Harmless and his friend Harry uncover corruption on high they face a tough choice: speak out or remain silent? Frank's decision sets in motion a series of deadly events leading to betrayal and murder. This sordid underworld full of greedy politicians, secret agents and a duplicitous femme fatal is brought to life by a chorus of men in trench coats, a cracking hard-boiled script and an original electro-jazz score.
Archive :: production:T0679686406, play:S1190393725, venue:V855
Running time 75 mins (no interval). Supported by Arts Council England.
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