Directed By: Louise Bakker
Written By: Howard Brenton and David Hare
Presented By: Tower Theatre Company
It's 1985 and Lambert Le Roux is a South African press baron who dominates the British newspaper industry. He headhunts Andrew - a young, inexperienced journalist - to run his most recent acquisition, but it's only a matter of time before Andrew's conscience collides with what Le Roux is asking of him. Will integrity triumph over ambition?
Winner of the 1985 Evening Standard Best Play Award, Brenton and Hare's biting comedy still asks pertinent questions thirty years after it was first performed. Pravda (Russian for "truth") shows us what happens to the news before it reaches us.
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Date/Time: 07 - 11 November @ 7.30pm. Sat matinee @ 3pmBook Now
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