A social and political drama about the morality of Iraq war. This new play by Scottish Bafta New Talent Award nominee Joe McArdle questions individual and group morality through barrack banter and black humour. It examines the relationship between soldiers and Iraqi civilians. Very exciting, realistic, emphatic, great dialogue and physicality throughout (National Script Reader, PlaywrightsStudio.co.uk). If you liked Black Watch, served in the armed forces, interested in the referendum, politics, sociology, morality or religion, then you must see this. Contains strong language, violence and bigotry. Not suitable for children. Directed by Andrew Byatt.