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James Graham's new play examining the shift of debates and political campaigning to TV screens. 

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Critic Reviews (5)

The London Evening Standard
December 10th, 2021

Herrin’s production, co-produced by Headlong Theatre, is dynamic but rough around the edges, with some small fluffs on opening night. But a slightly imperfect new James Graham play will always be streets ahead of the competition.
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The Times (UK)
December 10th, 2021

Graham has given us a raw, exciting and timely piece about how we have forgotten how to listen to each other.
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The Arts Desk
December 13th, 2021

No playwright has a scalpel as sharp as James Graham’s when it comes to dissecting politics; he has a brilliance and edge that strips away all unnecessary material till the beating heart of the matter is revealed.
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The Guardian (UK)
December 10th, 2021

Graham proves that he stands with [Aaron] Sorkin as our best dramatic interpreters of the interplay of media and politics.
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The Independent (UK)
December 10th, 2021

But for a show that is technically slick throughout (and features an insanely impressive ensemble cast), the most thrilling moments come during the TV debates, when the archive clips are replaced with a live feed being filmed on stage.
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