Written by Robert Crighton
Art, the Turner Prize Winning, nationally acclaimed artist, has a big idea for his next project. It involves religion, it involves Islam, and it involves a very controversial cardboard box. As far as Art’s agent is concerned, the project involves a high risk of death for both of them, and decides to convince his previously pliable client to stay within the acceptable rules of public debate.
This play deals with the controversial and very current issue of free speech and censorship within the arts.
Directed by Bethany Sharp
Performed by Robert Crighton (Mark) and Tom Edwards (Art)
Produced by Bethany Sharp