On 2 May 1982 the nuclear submarine HMS Conqueror sank the Argentinian cruiser General Belgrano when it was 36 miles outside the Total Exclusion Zone.
368 men were killed.
So what’s funny?
Steven Berkoff’s Sink the Belgrano!, that’s what.
In a scathing expose that blasts the myths and fallacies of ‘responsible government’ out of the water, Berkoff comes up with a Thatcher Government that is a cross between Spitting Images and Henry V.
Michael Le Poer Trench was the photographer for many productions at Half Moon Theatre in the mid-1980s. He talks about Sink The Belgrano!. Interviewed by Toni Tsaera.