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Edinburgh Review: Britney in: John

Edinburgh Review: Britney in: John

It’s a road trip for Ellen Robertson and Charly Clive as they take to North America after school in the pursuit of John Hancock. He seems like as good a subject as any for their award-winning documentary film, footage that they show throughout Britney in: John. In truth, the footage is not going to win any prizes or an audience with David Attenborough any time soon. But Robertson and Clive know that – it’s a point of comedic value throughout the show. Ultimately, they went travelling with focus, an aim to interview men named John Hancock (after the founding father) and see whether the result paints a picture of the American societal norm. Britney in: John does not provide an exposé on the American archetypal identity, but it does provide for an amusing theatrical production.

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Festival 47 Spotlight: Britney in: John

Festival 47 Spotlight: Britney in: John

To find out more about Festival 47 and the spotlights, please see the introductory article.


Next in our Spotlight feature is Britney in: John, which plays Festival 47 from 12 July 2017 at 20:00. I caught up with writer and actor Ellen Robertson:

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