100 REASONS FOR WAR

by Tom Holloway

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100 REASONS FOR WAR

by Tom Holloway

“Why? Why so much anger? Why so much war?”

Grandly ambitious, 100 Reasons for War is Tom Holloway’s funny, angry, provocative and ultimately optimistic response to a century of ‘man’s inhumanity to man’, 100 years after Gallipoli.

This is no battlefield-drama or period piece. Holloway’s war is played out in the here and now, in kitchens and classrooms, boardrooms and bars. A big play about big things: Big Bang, the power of words, technology and social media, Edward Bernays, Anna Freud and Bill Clinton, gender, age and class divides, sports-rage, phone-rage and queue-rage, evolution, faith and chimpanzees.

Tom Healey in conversation with Tom Holloway about 100 Reasons for War:

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