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If Prison Walls Could Speak is a performance designed for churches that tells the true story of Petr Jasek,

a Czech national and Christian aid worker who, in 2015, was imprisoned in Sudan for his work

aiding and assisting the persecuted church.

The play tours in partnership with Release International and tells Petr's story through innovative holographic

live cinema. We have taken this production to over 60 churches and festivals across the UK since launching the production in September 2021.

Previously seen at

​The Brentwood Theatre

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

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
Trinity Church, Brentwood

New Wine United 23

Bangor Worldwide Missionary Convention

St. Saviour’s, Dollingstown

Richill Elim

Union Road Presbyterian, Magherafelt

Swords Baptist, Dublin

Hope Church, Orpington

Oakwood Church, Taunton 

Wave House, Newquay

Royal Lyceum, Torquay

Upminster Baptist Church

Romford Baptist Church

Bridge Community Church, Radcliff 

Fountains Church, Bradford

St John’s Church Burscough

Revive Oldham

The FEW Conference

St John's Buckhurst Hill


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