Womens Support Project

My Mind is free

During the week of Anti-Slavery Day, the Rah Rah Theatre Company will be bringing its production “My Mind is Free” to venues across Scotland.

This has been made possible through funding from the Scottish Government and with the support of Migrant Help.

This hard-hitting piece of theatre uses a mixture of imaginative physical theatre and skilful multi-role playing to tell the interlinked stories of four people trafficked to and within the UK and their horrifying tales of abuse, exploitation and enslavement. At each performance a guest speaker will highlight work in Scotland to tackle human trafficking and support its victims to recovery.

You can book tickets here

Tour dates: Saturday 13th October 2pm: Carnegie Hall, Fife Sunday 14th October 7pm: St Andrew’s Church, Livingston Monday 15th October 7:30pm: Dundee Rep Theatre, Dundee Friday 19th October 7pm: Morison Memorial United Reformed Church, Clydebank Saturday 20th October 4pm: Aberdeen Arts Centre, Aberdeen




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