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   1. Iraq War Play, David Hare's Stuff Happens (Muhamed Ali)


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Subject: Iraq War Play, David Hare's Stuff Happens
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2004 14:38:58 +0100
From: "Muhamed Ali" <>
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For or against?

Whatever the critics make of it, David Hare's Stuff Happens is
undeniably one of the cultural events of the year - a remarkable
dramatisation of the events that led to the war in Iraq. We assembled an
expert panel, including politicians, leading commentators and a man who
actually fought there, to give their verdicts live from the first night

Friday September 3, 2004
The Guardian <>,2763,1296382,00.html



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