Award winning film maker Ken Loach speaks after a performance of “The Lynching”‘ Jackie Walker’s one woman show. In the show Jackie tells her extraordinary family history and how she came to be suspended from the Labour Party following false allegations of antisemitism. There will be two performances of “The Lynching” on October 2 and 3 at 7.30pm at Theatro Technis in Camden, London. There will also be a special performance in Brighton during the Labour Party conference on September 25, at a venue yet to be disclosed. For further information or to book, email email@example.com or ring 07989070843. Or
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Jackie Walker’s one woman show, The Lynching, gets its London premiere on Wednesday 13 September. Jackie plays her black mother and Jewish father who come together fighting for civil rights in 1950s America. Her mother falls victim to a McCarthyite witch hunt. Now history repeats itself with Jackie facing an antisemitic witch hunt launched, she says, against the entire Jeremy Corbyn project. The show will be followed by a panel discussion including award winning film maker Ken Loach. Takes place at 6pm, Wed 13 September at Khalili Theatre in SOAS, University of London, Torrington Square, London WC1H 0XG.
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A short extract from Jackie Walker’s new one woman show, The Lynching, which was premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe on August 4. The show tells how Jackie fell victim of a vicious witch hunt because of false claims of antisemitism.
On the first night she received cheers and a standing ovation. The show will now be taken to other parts of Britain, including a special performance in Brighton in September during the Labour Party conference.
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