WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Explores the responses of young people from across the world to 9/11, the war in Afghanistan and the deaths of British soldiers. Brian Haw, 'the extraordinary' anti-war campaigner, died in 2011 having camped outside the Houses of Parliament for 11 years in protest first at the sanctions against Iraq and then against the wars in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Working with Brian's son, Pete, writers James Atherton and Sarah Nelson and director Ellie Jones, have created a 'fascinating new political work'.
Running time: 2hrs