Journalist and presenter Andrew Dickson delves behind the scenes of "The New World Order", a production by Brighton theatre company, Hydrocracker. A collage of 5 plays by Harold Pinter reassembled as a piece of site specific theatre in Brighton & Hove town hall, the audience move with the actors through the town hall throughout the play. From the lofty council debating chamber to the depths of the basement, (formerly site of the police cells of old Brighton police station, an intense and visceral theatre experience is played out by the company.
Within the basement, torture scenes unfold. The victim an unknown hooded man, the audience, cheek by jowl with the actors are drawn intensely into the unfolding drama of the production.