County Lines

We hosted a panel event at the Houses of Parliament

Starring UK rap artist Abra Cadabra

Enact Equality hosted a panel event at the Houses of Parliament to provide a thought-provoking discussion centred on topics relating to county lines, gang violence, drug use and structural inequality. The evening also showcased expertise from a variety of speakers - ranging from actors and music artists, to policy experts in the field.

Speakers included:

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  • Abra Cadabra

    Music artist & actor

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  • Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP

    Member of Parliament for Streatham

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  • L'myah Sherae

    Policy expert, campaigner, & CEO of Enact Equality

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  • Femi Oyeniran

    Actor & film director

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  • Ben Lindsay

    Author, activist & founder of Power The Fight

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  • Amani Simpson

    Filmmaker, speaker & youth coach

The Trapping Movie



Multiple award-winning and two-times BAFTA and GRAMMY® nominated filmmaker Penny Woolcock, teamed up with production company Fan Studios to create the film ‘Trapping’ – a gut-wrenching portrayal of the distressing reality of county lines in the UK - starring renowned music artist Abra Cadabra.

Fan Studios is the brainchild of British directors, actors and Grime pioneers, Femi Oyeniran (Kidulthood) and Nicky “Slimting” Walker.

‘Trapping’ was filmed between the economically deprived areas of London and Kent and stars upcoming actors Louis Ede (who plays leading character Daz), Aaliyah Gohir (who plays Maryam), C-Biz (who plays Bigger Man), Femi Oyeniran (who plays Wole), Nicky Walker, (who plays Slim Man), and Drill group OFB.

It also sees MOBO award winning British Rapper Abra Cadabra (who plays leading county line gang member, Magic) cast in his first ever acting role. Hailing from the Broadwater Farm estate in Tottenham London, Abra Cadabra weaves his lived personal experience into his debut acting role to deliver a powerful and authentic performance.