New play looks at why many cases of male sexual assault go unreported

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New play looks at why many cases of male sexual assault go unreported

A new one man play from actor and writer, Alex Gwyther looks at why so many cases of male sexual assault go unreported.

It follows the character, Jack, whose trauma acts as a catalyst for him to question his own masculinity.

The play is having previews here in London before heading to the Edinburgh festival.

Alex Gwyther spoke to Alicia Edwards.

'Ripped' will preview at The Actors Centre in London, on 22nd and 23rd July.

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