"In Iraq, a wedding is not a wedding unless shots get fired ... that's just the way it goes." From cosmopolitan London to the chaos of war-ravaged Baghdad, this is the comic tale of three friends, torn between two worlds, and a wedding that goes horribly wrong. Baghdad Wedding is Hassan Abdulrazzak's first play and was first performed at Soho Theatre in June 2007.
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