Play about NHS at Christmas opens in London

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Play about NHS at Christmas opens in London

One of London's best known children's hospitals is the focus for a new play at the Old Red Lion theatre.

'Blood Orange' tells the story of a junior doctor in Swansea who's hoping to move to Great Ormond Street.

Set at Christmas, the one woman show explores the pressure on the NHS at this time of year.

We've been speaking to the writer and performer, Tania Amsel, and the producer Tom Dixon. 

'Blood Orange' is on at the Old Red Lion, until January 4th.

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