Drama / Theatre 94,000

Fri 25 Sep, 7:30PM

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Caravan Theatre presents


Friday 25th September, 7.30- 8.30pm

Tickets: FREE

Via Zoom – 100 capacity.

Bite-sized drama pieces followed by online discussion forums covering topical subjects for students, tonight’s theme looks at issues surrounding hate speech and associated crimes.

Ninety Four Thousand gained its title from the number of hate crimes recorded by the police in England and Wales in 2017/18. The play flits between present and past, between interviews at a police station and an incident on a bus. It focuses on identifying hate crime and the potential serious ramifications of seemingly small actions of hate. Please note, this film features real life footage of hate crimes.

Trigger warning:

This film deals with difficult and complex issues that can be upsetting and challenging to watch. First and foremost, please look after yourselves and do not watch if you feel as though they might impact you negatively. If you would like to talk about anything you’ve watched or about a personal experience please contact your University Wellbeing team on:

Phone: 02895367000

Email: studentwellbeing@ulster.ac.uk

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