'The Net' at the Camden Fringe

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'The Net' at the Camden Fringe

A new play which places women at the centre of a war torn story, is set to debut in the capital.

With an all female cast is 'The Net' tackles big issues like border conflicts and war whilst telling the stories of women from different backgrounds and ages.

Two of the people behind the show have been speaking to Tanya Francis.

'The Net' is part of the part of the Camden Fringe Festival and is on at the Tristan Bates Theatre, from 13th - 17th August.

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