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F*!@ing Hell

F*!@ing Hell

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Britain is faced with the biggest peacetime decision in its history. Bart is trying to leave. Mick is trying to ruin him. Terry just wants an honest campaign. The political playground is ripe for competition. This blisteringly sharp new play explores the sense and nonsense in asking the crucial question: should Britain remain part of Britain?

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Performed by the University of Oxford Students 

By Natasha Saunders

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