U26 Workshop: Exploring Trojan Horse with LUNG Theatre

Wed 19 February 2020

1 – 2pm, Digital Humanities Seminar Room 2 (B.02)

Ahead of LUNG Theatre’s performance of Trojan Horse at Exeter Northcott, explore the issues around the Trojan Horse scandal – a local story that hit the national press, accusing ‘hardline’ Muslim teachers and governors of plotting extremism in Birmingham schools. Join Madiha of LUNG Theatre to explore issues of identity, truth vs. opinion and the role of Art in social narratives in a range of discussions, debates and group activities.

U26 tickets to Trojan Horse
Don’t forget, U26 Members can access £5 tickets to see Trojan Horse on Wednesday 19 February.

About LUNG Theatre
Making theatre with communities, by communities and for communities, LUNG is a national touring theatre company, developing innovative work that broadens horizons and investigates modern Britain. They are Associate Artists at The Lowry.

Founded in Barnsley in 2012, LUNG also frequently performs and develops new work with The National Theatre Studio, Battersea Arts Centre and The Civic in Barnsley. They are dedicated to producing new verbatim theatre that works with specific communities across the UK to use their own words to tell their stories. LUNG also pursues an extensive education programme which specializes in bringing theatre into new communities from Bradford to Battersea.

Event Info


This is a free workshop for U26 Members. Places are limited and booking is required. In order to book this workshop, please make sure you are logged in to your account on the website.

Interested in becoming a U26 member? Find out more here.

This workshop is taking place in Digital Humanities seminar room 2 (B.02), which is located on the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus. To view the campus map click here. Digital Humanities is marked as number 90 on the map.

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