Brainstorm

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Brainstorm

Islington Community Theatre portrays the reason teenagers act the way they do. According to the play "Brainstorm," it is because their brains are not fully developed.

Lila Gross spoke with members of the community including Ned Glasier, Michael Adewale and Serafina Willow about their real life experiences.

Take a look to see how this fearless show pulls it off.

If you're interested to see more, tickets to the show can be bought here: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/shows/brainstorm

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