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Laughing at the devil

29 December 2016

3:00 PM

29 December 2016

3:00 PM

‘Prison did not touch me,’ declares Pussy Riot’s Maria ‘Masha’ Alyokhina, raising her eyebrows with a sardonic smirk.

I am squeezed into a booth at the intimate Soho Theatre bar with the dissident turned touring actress. In a few hours time, on this long summer evening, the protest play Burning Doors will unveil its London premier.

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