We need to talk about Brexit: Britannia hears her people in new play

March 3, 2017 By Estelle Shirbon GLOUCESTER, England (Reuters) – Brendon O’Donnell voted to leave the European Union because he felt British money should go to struggling communities or local hospitals rather than Brussels, and his voice was not being heard. Now it will be heard in theaters across Britain along with the voices of dozens of other people from different corners of the country, in the first play to tackle Brexit. “My Country; a work in progress”, opens at London’s National Theatre this week before touring nationwide. It weaves…

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