If Prison Walls Could Speak is a piece of live theatre designed for churches that tells the true story of Petr Jasek, a Czech national and Christian aid worker who was imprisoned in Sudan for his work assisting the persecuted church.
The play was developed alongside Release International, and tells Petr's story using innovative cinematic effects.
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Performed at: regeneration church Romford, St Mark’s Kennington, All Saints Hampton, Romford Evangelical, Church of the Good Shepherd Collier Row, St Stephen’s Norwich, Sutton Baptist Church, Scripture Union Conference, All Souls Langham Place, Woodbridge Quay Church, Holy Trinity Wandsworth, St John's Blackheath, Hampden Chapel, St Edwards Romford, St Peter’s Harold Wood, Oakhall Church Caterham, Churches Together Wellington, Rora House Newton Abbot, City Church Swansea, Emmanuel Church Westminster, Broadmead Northampton, Foundations Conference, Keswick Convention (mainstage), Coach House Church, St Peter’s Halliwell, Trinity Church Buxton, St Thomas' Norwich, Godmanchester Baptist, Blackhorse Road Baptist, Kings Church Gillingham, St James' Carlisle, Allander Evangelical Church Glasgow, Smithton Church Inverness, St George’s Tron Glasgow, Mowbray Community Church, Ilkley Baptist Church, St John’s Southend, Emmanuel Church Chippenham, Ashurst Drive Baptist, City Gates Norwich, St Patricks Wallington, Rugby Elim, Brentwood Theatre