Sonali Bhattacharyya's play about British Muslim schoolgirls tackling adolescence, Islamophobia, and cultural erasure.
Three teenage girls attend a creative writing workshop at a hip new café and forge an unlikely friendship. But when they discover the workshop is connected to the state surveillance ‘Prevent’ programme, they feel they have no choice but to fight back. The only question is how they can do that in an era of a nanny state that tracks your movements online and offline.
'Liberation Squares' puts young women's agency centre stage, and asks what it means for young Muslim women to become the heroes of their own stories.