'For the Sake of Argument' at the Bridewell Theatre

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'For the Sake of Argument' at the Bridewell Theatre

A new play about the power and the danger language has in the realm of politics and war is coming to the Bridewell Theatre.

'For the Sake of Argument' follows the story of a argumentative and passionate journalist who becomes the Iraq War's chief evangelist.

Her weapons are her words and she convinces a young man to enlist in the army, then is left answering questions to his loved ones when he loses his life.

Harry Darell, the writer and director, spoke to James during the Christmas break. 

'For the Sake of Argument' is on at the Bridewell Theatre from 28th January to 8th February


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