17Percent founder Sam Fentiman-Hall has written two short plays on the subject of trafficking, for London charity Merton Against Trafficking.
The plays tell two stories of different people who have become involved in trafficking in the UK, and will form part of a suite of short plays on the issue, that Sam is developing for use in educational contexts.
You can see a preview of the plays, plus help raise money for the charity, at an event next week, as part of the My Raynes Park festival.
Costa Coffee, 213 Worple Road
£5 – includes a free hot drink.
Buy tickets here.
Our readers for the event are:
Rachel Dobell Rachel’s most recent stage roles include Evelyn, A Wedding Story (Tristan Bates Theatre), Lady Capulet, Romeo and Juliet (Earl Haig Hall); Marion, A Woman of No Importance …. Or Somewhat Little Importance Anyhow (Hen & Chickens); Frau Bergmann/Professor Fliegentod, Spring Awakening (Brockley Jack Theatre). Rachel’s experience includes musicals, commercials and film, and last autumn she worked with 17 Percent, on She Writes: What’s Through the Door?, a collection of women’s plays.
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Henry McGrath Henry has performed in plays such as The Three Penny Opera, The Seagull, and Attempts on her life. He is currently working with internationally acclaimed Song of the Goat Theatre Company on two projects: Return to the Voice which will play at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014 and The Cherry Orchard which will be apart of the Brave Festival, Wroclaw, Poland.
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Regina Mendes Regina is a visual artist, an actor, director and a psychological astrologer. In her experience all these areas visual, performing and healing arts, complement each other. She is currently developing a series of 700 fabric dolls stuffed by dreams collected from people’s old pillows and by hearts. Please visit www.dreamsandaheart.com