Stephen Bush interviews Tom Black and Owen Kingston, the writer and director of the interactive political play Crisis What Crisis, which gives the audience the chance to see if they could have survived the winter of discontent better than the Callaghan government.
They discuss the perils of making interactive theatre for a knowledgable audience, why Monopoly is an awful board game and what you should be playing instead.
For more information on Crisis What Crisis, and details of future performances, vist the Parabolic Theatre company.
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