Inspired by a true court case in the US, Faceless – which is written by Selina Fillinger and directed by Prav Menon-Johansson – deftly tackles this conundrum with tact.
For the European premiere run of Selina Fillinger’s Faceless at the Park Theatre, PMJ Productions has partnered with non-profit organisation YOUTH CLUB on a free art exhibition reflecting some of the complex issues tackled in the play. Sneak a peek at some of the featured photographs, plus the exhibition’s launch video – and then get booking!
PMJ Productions has announced a packed schedule of more than 18 themed, post-show talkbacks to accompany its European premiere of Selina Fillinger’s Faceless this month at London’s Park Theatre. The play is inspired by a true court case about a 19-year-old Denver court case who tried to fly to Syria to join Isis in 2014, and the wide-ranging, related discussions involve experts on faith, radicalisation, social media and cyber-security, as well as events with the production’s charity partner, the NSPCC.
Selena Fillinger’s 2017 American play Faceless, inspired by a true court case about a 19-year-old Denver court case who tried to fly to Syria to join Isis in 2014, gets its European premiere this month at London’s Park Theatre, where it has a strictly limited season in Park 90. Gen up below about the production and the real-life story behind it – and then get booking!
The first half of the 2018 programme at London’s Park Theatre, running from January to June, will feature five world, European, UK and London premiere productions.