State of Play

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State of play is a British English expression meaning "the present situation". It may also refer to:

  • State of Play (TV serial), a 2003 political thriller serial produced by the BBC which tells the story of a newspaper's investigation into the death of a young woman working for a member of Parliament
  • State of Play (band), the first band by Toni Halliday and Dean Garcia, before they formed Curve, in 1990
  • State of Play (conference series), a series of interdisciplinary conferences held 2003-2009, which discussed the intersection of virtual worlds and real world laws and economies