'Salaam', a new play exploring Islamophobia

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'Salaam', a new play exploring Islamophobia

Based on real accounts of life in the capital,  a new play will debut in London this month linking islamist terror attacks to the rise of Islamophobia, through the eyes of those affected.

Salaam follows two women as it explores the issues and personal impacts.

The writer and director Sara Aniqah Malik says the show was inspired from her experiences during the Holy Muslim Month of Ramadan in 2017.

'Salaam' runs as part of the Vault Festival from the 30th January until the 3rd of February.

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