Komal Amin and Annice Boparai in TROJAN HORSE at Summerhall (Lung Theatre in association with Leeds Playhouse)
Komal Amin and Annice Boparai have opened in “Trojan Horse” at Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 
By Helen Monks and Matt Woodhead.
‘Why should I continue to be tolerant? When the world has been so intolerant of me.’
Trojan Horse was a local story that hit the national press, accusing ‘hardline’ Muslim teachers and governors of plotting extremism in Birmingham schools. Adapted from the real-life testimonies of those at the heart of the UK Government’s inquiry, critically acclaimed theatre-company LUNG investigate what really happened. Originally developed with West Yorkshire Playhouse, Trojan Horse is the story of a community torn apart by racial division, ‘British values’ and the culture of Prevent.
Komal is represented by Sam How and Annice is represented by Emily Slack
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