Jacqueline Walker has been an anti-racist trainer of the police and other government agencies, a mother of three, and a teacher of creative writing. Until recently, she was a well-known Labour activist, anti-racist and vice Chair of Momentum, campaigning for Jeremy Corbyn. Then her world exploded. Like other Jewish supporters of Jeremy Corbyn who oppose many of the policies of Israel, she was accused of anti-Semitism and suspended from the party. In her fight-back solo show, "The Lynching," the audience becomes the jury as Jackie’s mother comes to life, defending Jackie with an extraordinary narrative tale of love, loss, racism and courage that keeps its audience spell-bound.