This event is on the diary of the Luv Theatre! Group, a free London cooperative theatregoers' group. Members suggest an event, naming a date, time and place for everyone to meet up. Members book their own tickets and meet up before and after the performance to socialize, often having a meal and/or a drink together. Please join the group before coming ot an event. See http://upcoming.yahoo.com/group/3121/
Tickets normally £15 but go to http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/promo/qp2qrr for a special promotion of £10 only tickets and follow the instructions.
Based on the feature by Elliot Levy in the London Review of Books http://www.lrb.co.uk/v27/n03/wein01_.html , this was an Edinburgh Fringe Festival hit last summer.
According to The Guardian
"What I Heard About Iraq is a theatrical collage ... which uses ... the documented statements of politicians, soldiers and civilians ... However many newspapers you've read, this is a show that joins up the dots in the narrative and reminds you that, in a world where it's increasingly difficult to know what to believe, you can't just take words at face value but must learn to read between the lines."
Meet up at 7pm in the foyer for 7.30 pm start of performance.
Added by goldnutmeg on May 31, 2007