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The Absence of War @ The Theatre Royal Bath Review

Headlong’s latest touring production The Absence of War sets to give us a look into the inner workings of the Labour party during an election campaign. This cleverly written play from David Hare expertly intertwines satirical comedy with important issues. This mixture makes it not only a very interesting piece but also an entertaining one.

The Absence of War

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Ever thought the cost of Theatre Tickets were too expensive? NT Live offers an affordable alternative to the theatrical experience!

The other week I went to see the National Theatre’s revival of David Hare’s Skylight, starring Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan and the lesser known but exceptionally talented Matthew Beard. I drove just 2 minutes to get to the show, sat in some great seats and saw a fantastic performance. I do not live in London, I do not know someone “in the biz” or have a spare £148.50 to spend on a ticket. The show was being beamed to me in Kent, live from Wyndham’s Theatre for less than the price of a train ticket to London by NT Live.


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