When a journalist is sent a flash-drive containing critical evidence of illegal government activity, he is duty-bound to publish the story. But with the nation destabilised and divided, a sinister power is eroding the rule of law. What price will he pay for speaking out?
#WeAreArrested is a gripping play about fighting for truth in a network of lies.
Adapted from the book by Can Dündar, who was arrested for publishing footage of Turkish State Intelligence sending weapons into Syria, this deeply personal and universal story finds urgent new life as authoritarian politics spread across the globe.
An inspiring and pivotal piece that balances beautiful writing with a significant grander meaning
A vigorous polemic about press freedom — the sort you wish didn’t have to exist
Gripping but weirdly anonymised adaptation of editor Can Dündar’s memoir about his arrest by the Turkish state
An urgent piece of theatre which asks us to scrutinise what we know is true, and how we can fight to keep it so
A rallying cry for freedom of the press
Drama that uses minimal resources to tell the story of newspaper editor Can Dundar