Feelgood [electronic resource] / Alistair Beaton.
- London : Methuen Drama, 2001.
- Drama Online.
1 online resource.
- Political conventions -- Drama.
Spin doctors -- Drama.
Public relations and politics -- Drama.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Drama.
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- 'Feelgood', premiered at the Hampstead Theatre, London, in 2001, is an outrageously funny satire on modern politics and the fine art of spin. Alistair Beaton's play, part farce, part biting satire, is set in the plush seaside hotel of a party conference. As anti-capitalist riots rage in the streets below, sinister and obsessive press secretary Eddie and young speech-writing aide Paul are trying to finalise the PM's conference speech. But Eddie's manipulative skills are to be tested far more by the scandal that George, dim-witted lord and close friend of the PM, gradually reveals - not helped by the arrival of Eddie's ex-wife and investigative journalist, Liz.
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