Traffik

Traffik

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There are millions of slaves in the world today. They are working in our fields, our factories and our nail salons. In this immersive, one-on-one experience, three victims are given a voice. The girls at Abdul’s Nails will give you a glimpse of their not-so-glossy lives and the stories that bought them here.

This event will take place in the dressing rooms at Oxford Playhouse. 

Every 5 minutes between 11am - 3.15pm - entrance through the Stage Door.

Duration: 15mins with no interval

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Planet B Productions

16+

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