Tag: Outcasts Creative
False Accounts – London run review by Eleanor Shaikh
If she didn’t have her hands full fisking the inquiry evidence of a former Post Office executive or writing a mammoth document on the disastrous origins of the Horizon IT system, Eleanor Shaikh would make a fine theatre reviewer. Here’s her take on the London production of False Accounts: “Only a hardened dramatist would consider […]
False Accounts – London run approaches
The London run of False Accounts – a satirical play about the Post Office Horizon scandal by the Outcasts Creative theatre group – starts its one week run on 1 November. It has attracted quite a bit of interest from many people directly affected by what happened, some of whom have been kind enough to […]
False Accounts – the notices are in!
It’s a very strange thing, the Post Office scandal. I know there are people still suffering horribly, and in silence, about what they went through. There are no laughs, or jokes, or good times for them. As someone not directly connected to what happened, there is a fear that if you ever use humour about […]