Tobacco Factory Theatres and Imagineer Productions in association with the Tricycle Theatre.
A powerful new satire on how the media manipulates images of war.
He chose us to tell his story because of our reputation for hard hitting investigative journalism and pursuit of the truth, no matter where it leads, or whose toes we step on. The naked girls may have had a part to play too.
When a soldier returns home after serving in Afghanistan, he tempts a newspaper editor with photos that seem to expose outrageous acts of brutality. But when their authenticity is questioned, how far can the story be spun to stop the real truth leaking out?
A topical satire on tabloid journalism, this exhilarating new play by the celebrated author of Lags and Rat in the Skull examines the wider cultural significance of visual fakery in this digital age.
Archived show. To book any of our productions please contact Kerrie Burke-Avery, Producer, on 0117 963 0963 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RUNNING TIME 1hr 10 mins (no interval)
AGE RECOMMENDATION 14+
ORIGINAL VENUE Factory Theatre