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Terror play

PUBLISHED: 15:55 04 June 2008 | UPDATED: 17:16 16 August 2010

TERRORISM, a play about constantly living under the threat of a terrorist attack is due to have a four week run at the Greenwich Playhouse.

TERRORISM, a play about constantly living under the threat of a terrorist attack is due to have a four week run at the Greenwich Playhouse.

Written by the Presnyakov brothers, it was originally produced in 2003 at the Royal Court.

The latest production is directed by Martin Berry who enjoyed critical success when the play went to Nottingham for a two week stint.

It runs from June 24 to July 20. For tickets (£11, £9 concessions), contact the Box Office on 0208 858 9256 or boxoffice@galleontheatre.co.uk.

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