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A political satire that explores ideas of nation, identity, cruelty and humanity.

Nostalgia contorts and compresses twentieth and twenty first century Britain into an image of absurd glee and ordinary cruelty. In the world of Nostalgia you holiday as Pol Pot, blow up children with semtex and sugared almonds, are terrified of coughs and sneezes, and feel swamped with guilt when you tread on a snail.

It is a hideous, violently funny, and uncanny place.


Cast & Crew


Customer, Dave & others
Manley, Facilitator & others
Sportsman, Wife & others
Travel Rep, Dave & others



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  1. On 7th October 2009 at 4:43 p.m., George noted:

    A review by Sophie Lomax of

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