Book Presentation 'County Lines

Last edited by Justice in Motion on 14 February 2024

Venue, Timing and Cost

Old Fire Station
Tuesday, 27 February 2024
8pm - 9.30pm
Book jacket illustration from 'County Lines' by Jason Farrell

Jason Farrell, Home Editor at SKY News, is the man with the inside story. In this fearless, hard-hitting account, Farrell shares in terrifying detail the story of the county lines phenomenon through the words of gang members and their victims themselves as well as the police and the country’s leading experts.

Through exclusive interviews and meticulous research, Farrell paints a vivid picture of how this murky world operates he reveals the devastating effects County Lines is having upon the UK… and beyond… and, most terrifying of all, why this new, sinister crime wave means nobody is safe.

‘This is a really riveting and important read. An ongoing betrayal of vulnerable young people comparable in scale and scope to the ‘grooming gangs’ scandals. All expertly described by Jason Farrell.’ – James O’Brien

This book and Jason’s journalistic research has informed the making of Justice in Motion’s latest production CODE.

After reading extracts from his book, Jason will take part in a Q&A, facilitated by Artistic Director Anja Meinhardt.

Signed copies will be available for sale.

This book presentation is part of Justice in Motion’s Anniversary Exhibition in the Galleries from 20th February – 30th March. ‘10 Years in Motion’ features the ten productions created by the company in the past decade. Props, costumes, sections of theatre set, photographs, videos, music and soundscapes bring their history to life. Come behind the scenes to explore the objects, the environments and space with all your senses.

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Old Fire Station
40 George Street


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