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GPs' play on society obsessed with health

Dr Anthony O'Brien and Dr Vik Mohan are taking to the stage to perform their play about a society obsessed with health.

The comedy, Phit and Hellthy, satirises a culture where penalty shoot-outs are banned because they are too stressful and railway staff hold workouts for commuters when trains run late.

Dr O'Brien, a GP in Exeter, and Dr Mohan, a locum in the city, play a minister and a spin doctor whose policies to encourage people to improve their health get out of hand. 'It creates a situation where people can't do things because they are too unhealthy,' said Dr O'Brien.

The performance will take place at next month's Exeter Fringe Festival.

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