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Friday, September 3 and
Friday, September 10
8pm
H Street Playhouse
1365 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002

See an outrageous satire with raucous sailors, corrupt politicians, song and dance and more. This controversial play is by the infamous “bad boy” of British Theatre Steven Berkoff. Sink the Belgrano! (1986) considers Britain’s lower class under Margaret Thatcher’s rule. The year is 1982 and Argentina invades the U.K.’s Falkland Islands — igniting War. Does the Iron Lady buck rules of engagement by sinking the Argentine ship Belgrano? Or is she right on target? This highly scatological satire of war and corruption is full of Shakespearean bastard rhymes and Cockney slang. Don’t miss this uniquely clever anti-war play with timeless themes and bold questions by author Berkoff.

Official Run: August 25 – September 12 (Wednesday – Saturday Nights at 8pm; Sunday Matinees at 3pm)

Visit scenatheater.org to learn more. Or call 703-683-2824 to reserve tickets.

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