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Obama and Me – Old Joint Stock, Birmingham

Writer: Sylvia Arthur Reviewer: RL Bartholomew Sylvia Arthur used to be a dynamic Brussels-based communications strategist whose task was to promote the controversial Fourth Freedom - unrestricted movement of people inside the Euro zone. Black, efficient, and articulate, she could have been a poster girl for a thoroughly open, outward-looking Europe. Instead, Arthur discovered - just like Obama did in ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Obama and Me – The Warren Theatre Box

Writer and Performer: Sylvia Arthur Reviewer: Simon Topping While Barack Obama is fulfilling his American Dream as the first black president of the United States, Sylvia Arthur, a young black British woman, is in Brussels in pursuit of her own European political dream. Tasked with promoting freedom of movement, she travels the continent advocating the benefits of a borderless union. ...

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