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Theatre-goers are told to put stickers over phone cameras for David Tennant play in Nazi uniform


Theatre goers are being asked to cover their phones with stickers as former Doctor Who star David Tennant takes to the West End stage wearing a Nazi uniform.

Tennant, 51, takes the lead role in a production of Cecil Philip Taylor’s play Good.

The drama tells the story of a ‘good’ man who becomes enraptured with Nazism, The Times reports.

Producers for the drama say pictures from rehearsals have led them to take action, in a bid to ‘protect the impact of the narrative for future audiences’.

Attendees at the Harold Pinter Theatre reported being handed circular peel-off stickers requesting they be placed over mobile phones.

Theatre goers are being asked to cover their phones with stickers as former Doctor Who star David Tennant takes to the West End stage wearing a Nazi uniform (Pictured: David Tennant with Good  co-star Sharon Small)

Theatre goers are being asked to cover their phones with stickers as former Doctor Who star David Tennant takes to the West End stage wearing a Nazi uniform (Pictured: David Tennant with Good  co-star Sharon Small)

The drama tells the story of a 'good' man who becomes enraptured with Nazism

The drama tells the story of a ‘good’ man who becomes enraptured with Nazism

The stickers were described by one audience member as ‘just a…



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