Theatro Technis is the historically creative venue for a new contemporary play The Orchard House on what is becoming more and more of a scandal:
- historical abuse in children’s homes;
- current organised and orchestrated abuse;
- child snatching and forced adoptions to ensure the ‘supply’ of children – preferably from foreigners, single mothers, working class and parents with learning disabilities…
Ironically, the case of the Nigerian Musas who have been deported whilst their seven children have been kept in the ‘care’ of Haringey Council, is not the worst of all known any more. It has been topped by two children who used to live in Camden and have now been taken into ‘care’ after they confessed to their mother how their father has been abusing them in their primary school in Hampstead, together with many other adults and children.
You can’t make it up, but the evidence is overwhelming:
- medical reports confirm the scarring over months
- and police reports confirm the lack of professional standards in both investigation and interviews of the children concerned.
Our first posts are on
- Children in Care to Protect Police cover-up of organised child sexual abuse
- Why Ian Josephs advises mothers NOT to report the crimes of abusive fathers: you lose your children!
On Friday February 13th, McKenzie Friends will discuss links between the play and the realities experienced in prison, secret family courts and the Royal Courts of Justice with whoever wants to join the discussion.
It was important then to have passion for what you were doing and to believe that your work benefits others too. That is Theatro Technis.
On Monday 9th, we will have our first viewing of this historic occasion where reality and theatre meet to suspend disbelief and believe the un-believable… Come and join us! The play is on from 3rd until 14th February!