Ideasbynet recently provided Sheffield Theatres with a selection of lanyards for their staff. As thanks, Heidi Riley very kindly supplied us with complimentary tickets for the opening night of Democracy at the Crucible.
To those not au fait with the political landscape of Germany since the second world war, Michael Frayn’s 2003 play Democracy may come across to some as an amusing tale of political manoeuvring and espionage in the late 60s and 70s. The truth of the matter is that the events presented on stage are far from fictional, and represent a important period in Germany’s recovery after the country was split. The large ensemble piece, which opened at the Crucible theatre last night, is a startling reminder of the distrust and paranoia that racked the Eastern and Western halves of Germany for decades, and the key roles that Willy Brandt and his cabinet played in kick-starting the reunion of the country’s fractured masses.
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