'Cuttings' at the Hope Theatre

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'Cuttings' at the Hope Theatre

The art of the public apology and the PR machine that goes into action to rescue a career suicide moment is at the heart of a new play, coming to Islington's Hope Theatre.

'Cuttings' follows a group of publicists who battle to save the reputation of an Olivier Award winning actor, whose acceptance speech is anything but gracious.

It's been written by Ollie George Clark and directed by Rob Ellis, who have been chatting to Tanya Francis. 

'Cuttings' is on at the Hope Theatre in Islington until the 22nd of June.

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