17 Thursday 17th March 2016
What is the entity that calls itself Islamic State? Why are some young Muslim men and women from across Western Europe leaving their homes to answer the call of Jihad? And what should we do about it?
These are all questions that have been explored by novelist Gillian Slovo in her new piece of documentary theatre for the National Theatre.
She's teamed up with director Nicolas Kent to produce Another World: Losing Our Children to Islamic State. The production is the result of many months researching IS and uses interviews she conducted whilst meeting people affected by the organisation and those involved in the fight against it.
Their previous work together includes Guantanamo - Honor Bound to Defend Freedom and The Riots.
The performance runs from the 9th April - 7th May.
Ticket prices £25, £20, £15
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