'The Glass Will Shatter' at the Omnibus Theatre

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'The Glass Will Shatter' at the Omnibus Theatre

A new play is preparing to open at the Omnibus Theatre about the potential consequences of the government's Counter-Terrorism Act - which puts a duty on schools to safeguard children from radicalisation and extremism.

'The Glass Will Shatter' follows the story of a Somali-British student who feels unwelcome because of this legislation.

Joe Marsh, has written the play and was speaking to Alicia alongside Lilac who directs the show, and Naima who stars.

'The Glass Will Shatter' is on from Tuesday 21st January – Saturday 8th February at the Omnibus Theatre. 

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