Synergy Theatre Project’s production He Said She Said by Magero Otieno-Magero, will be the centrepiece of Kiln Theatre's inaugural Schools' Week from 7 - 10 March, as part of Kiln's upcoming spring Creative Engagement programming.

Performed and stage managed by a company of professionals and ex-prisoners, He Said She Said is aimed at teenage audiences for young people in school Years 9 and 10. The presentation of the production at the Kiln follows a two-week tour of secondary schools in the boroughs of Harrow, Ealing, Brent and Hammersmith and Fulham from 20 February.

The multi-award winning Synergy Theatre Project aims to inspire change through ground-breaking work across theatre and the criminal justice system. Their programme of artistic work harnesses the energy and life experiences of participants - prisoners, ex-prisoners, young offenders, and young people at risk of offending.

Directed by Synergy's founder and Artistic Director, Esther Baker, He Said She Said fuses dialogue, verse and drill exploring how social media platforms can be used and misused to share information and escalate conflict.

Following Schools' Week, which includes both schools' and public performances of He Said She Said, there will be a live streamed event of the production at 11.00am on 14 March, followed by a live Q&A with the cast and creative team.