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Evolution This was all before the "left wing" and "right wing" became terms that described comprehensive ideologies and worldviews, with a nominal link to the historicity of the word.But these ideologies in turn became names for movements and parties that held on to their titles, even when they moved very far from what they are supposed to stand for, particularly as values are concerned.Does this mean theatremakers are all deluded liberals living in a milquetoast left-wing bubble? I mean obviously theatre is full of lefties, but it is simply a terrible platform for far-right values.Even when it’s bad, or stupid, or wildly misguided, theatre is an intrinsically empathetic art form, because most plays consist of four-ish people talking for about two hours, and it’s really difficult to sustain dialogue for that long without offering serious consideration to each character’s world view.

In France, the deputies representing the Third Estate sat to the left of the hall.

Actually, I’m not sure if I totally agree with my own assessment. Conversely, the idea Tories never get a chance is absurd when you consider the enduring popularity of Noel Coward and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Certainly there are playwrights who set out to confront liberal values: Richard Bean and Bruce Norris are obvious ones, and up-and-comer Stuart Slade’s brilliant current fringe transfer smash BU21 all but picks a fight with its imagined lefty audience. The ‘problem’, at least in regard to the query in question, is that theatre doesn’t have a Yiannopoulos or – heaven help us – a Donald Trump figure: outrageous, irrational, hate-spewing demagogues who make for brilliant TV.

The totalitarian left The totalitarian regime that emerged in the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution and that exported its model in the aftermath of the Second World War, had called itself communist and socialist.

In truth, however, socialism and communism did not emanate directly from the left-wing tradition.

In France, the deputies representing the Third Estate sat to the left of the hall.Actually, I’m not sure if I totally agree with my own assessment. Conversely, the idea Tories never get a chance is absurd when you consider the enduring popularity of Noel Coward and Andrew Lloyd Webber.Certainly there are playwrights who set out to confront liberal values: Richard Bean and Bruce Norris are obvious ones, and up-and-comer Stuart Slade’s brilliant current fringe transfer smash BU21 all but picks a fight with its imagined lefty audience. The ‘problem’, at least in regard to the query in question, is that theatre doesn’t have a Yiannopoulos or – heaven help us – a Donald Trump figure: outrageous, irrational, hate-spewing demagogues who make for brilliant TV.The totalitarian left The totalitarian regime that emerged in the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution and that exported its model in the aftermath of the Second World War, had called itself communist and socialist.In truth, however, socialism and communism did not emanate directly from the left-wing tradition.These were the supporters of the French Republic, who believed in equality among political estates, calling for abolishing the privileges of the clergy and the nobility.