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The Fantasy Terrorist Variations: Milk Bottle Productions
Written by Robert Crighton, performed by Keith Hill and Simon Nader
A series of stories spun from the award-winning ‘Fantasy Terrorist League’. A man is interned as a terrorist on the flimsiest of grounds, a chancer looks how to make money out of counter-terrorism and the story of the non-existent artwork that gets people killed and sends many into hiding; The Fantasy Terrorist Variations is a powerful account of fear and the policeman on our streets and in our heads.
What is Milk Bottle?
It's a name, it's a way of life, it's a flower in a storm, it's a lot of words ... but mostly it is Robert Crighton.
It has been weekly repertory, storytelling, book publishing, epic theatre, tiny theatre, three times award-winning theatre; it has been singing cats, dancing flowers, blind men and magic shoes. It will be something else eventually.
Since 2000, Milk Bottle has produced dozens of new plays, old plays and other stuff. It is the management under which writer and performer Robert Crighton distributes his work. It is based in his head most of the time, but when it leaves there it visits Suffolk and London on a semi-regular basis.
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