READING PLAYS IN 2021

The Making of a Whistleblower

What Happens When You’re Forbidden to Speak

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It’s this simple. You have a piece of scientific evidence. It says that people’s lives are in danger. All you have to do is pass the information onto the relevant authorities.

How hard can that be?

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Dad, Londoner, walker. Mainly writing about theatre in the age of climate change

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Dad, Londoner, walker. Mainly writing about theatre in the age of climate change

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