Carr Lane Industrial Estate, Wirral
With current (at the time) discussions about the war in Iraq and the erosion of civil liberties at home, 1984 is as relevant now as when it was first written. The play is a warning from history – what happens when the state becomes too powerful, how do they control what you think, what happens to the individuals when they have no freedoms left?
“Imagine a boot stamping in a human face – forever.”
Performed by our older youth theatre group in an unfinished warehouse on a small industrial estate.
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