Theatre (contemporary, drama)

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The police just took Jamal away. The teacher called them because she had to. All that’s left is a shell-shocked class. Who knew Jamal? What did he do? What will happen next? A play about fear, friendship and the inescapable polarisation of our society. Extremism explores how the government's Prevent policy impacts the classroom and society. The ‘most unselfconscious and talented teen actors’ (TheatreBubble.com) present Extremism in a tense cauldron of suspicion and fear. JAM Productions returns to Edinburgh after receiving five-stars (Edinburgh Evening News) in 2015.

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