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Issue No. 2191

Originally developed in 2004 for the National Theatre, Philip Ridley’s play is an attack on nationalism and homophobia – and the rise of the British National Party (BNP).

Now the play is to tour areas where the fascist BNP is standing in the general election. Set in an abandoned council flat, it centres on a young Nazi activist who is forced to reassess his beliefs.

At Rich Mix, Tower Hamlets in London until Saturday 13 March, before touring Bradford, Leicester, Birmingham, Doncaster and Dudley

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Tue 2 Mar 2010, 18:07 GMT
Issue No. 2191
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