Description - The Unthinkable by Steve Waters
The mid-80s. Four bright Oxford students set up a radical group which is commandeered by New Labour to become an `alternative think-tank'. As the years go by, its initially idealistic members start pursuing their own goals. One joins the World Bank, one makes a fortune as an Internet pioneer; one becomes an
MP... One, always the most uncompromising, goes to help the Palestinian cause and gets killed at Nablus.
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Author Biography - Steve Waters
Steve Waters' plays include After the Gods, (Hampstead Theatre - where he was resident dramatist 1999-2000) and World Music (Sheffield 2003, Donmar 2004). He is a teacher and lives in Cambridge.