Faceless at Park Theatre
4 March 2018
Reporter: Sheila Connor
After a sell-out run of Sket in 2016, PMJ Productions returns to Park Theatre with the European première of Selina Fillinger's Faceless.
Directed and designed by Prav MJ, Faceless "highlights the power of the Internet and its far-reaching consequences in the 21st century."
It follows Susie, a suburban Chicago teenager who converts online from Christianity to Islam and tries to reach Syria, then finds herself portrayed as an enemy of the state before being prosecuted by a young female Muslim lawyer.
There will be a series of free post-show talks with speakers including playwright Selina Fillinger, John Cameron OBE, Head of Helplines at NSPCC, barrister Tunde Okewale MBE and journalist James Fergusson, author of Al-Britannia, My Country—A Journey through Muslim Britain.