Arts & Culture

Politically charged play ‘The Nobodies’ opens

A new political drama exploring activism, vigilantism and the line between right and wrong has opened as part of the 2021 Pleasance Festival.

‘The Nobodies’ follows three young people who are given a rare opportunity to fight to save their local hospital from privatisation.

Anthony spoke to the play’s co-director about how the drama wades through the muddy moral grey areas, and prods at the centre ground in a polarised society.

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Anthony Baxter 17th August 2021

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