Naylagh Muhamed


Friday 21 September 2012 Download Calendar


A classic supernatural thriller with a modern twist. Seeing isn’t always believing…

Mustafa is in prison for the death of a teenage boy during an exorcism. Racked with guilt at the loss of an innocent life and isolated in a world where his beliefs are constantly challenged, he tries to avoid trouble. But when prisoners who taunt him suffer mysterious injuries and prison officers start behaving strangely, Mustafa realises the djinn (evil spirit) he tried to banish from the young victim’s body is still with him and he must face it once more…

Is Mustafa the killer or a brave innocent man who risked his life to deliver the boy from a dangerous entity? This compelling and vivid thriller, where nothing is quite what it seems, will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Award winning Kali has been presenting groundbreaking new theatre by South Asian women for 20 years, inspiring audiences all over the UK with original and thoughtprovoking writing that reflects and comments on our lives today.

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