"Nazanin's Story" is based on the true, and ongoing story, of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe. The play begins on the 3rd April 2016 when Nazanin, and her baby daughter Gabriella, were taken by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
Called 'entertaining and inspiring' and 'Dynamic and Immediate', it was Long listed for the Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award, and rated 4 stars by the Independent and The List.
"Nazanin's Story" is 'political theatre at its best', with the play continually evolving as her story develops.
We are currently in preparation for our 2020 Tour.
If you would like more information or would like us to include your Theater, University, School or Area on our tour, please message us HERE.
We are asking for a message from you of what you would do if you only had One Day of Freedom. These messages will be turned into a book and given to Nazanin and her family when they come home. Every weekend, Nazanin, Richard and Gabriella will choose one suggestion to complete to help them get back into normal family life. If you would like to leave a message please click the button below.
BBC Covering "Nazanin's Story" performed in The Houses of Commons.
The Guilty Feminist Podcast hosted Richard Ratcliffe, Tulip Siddiq, Natali Servat and Emi Howell.
At The Edinburgh Fringe Festival we were filmed at interviewed by Channel 4 News.
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Past Tours and Articles
Emi Howell speaking to Nazanin Ratcliffe in prison in Iran.