Womens Support Project

Screen Debate 18th September

5.45pm – 8pm
Wednesday 18th September
Glasgow Film Theatre, Rose Street

Abused: The Untold Story
Olly Lambert, BBC 2016

This powerful documentary was produced in the wake of recent ‘celebrity child abuse scandals’. The film brings together survivors, alongside journalists, police officers and charity workers, to explore the devastating long-term effects of abuse, mistakes that were made in dealing with these cases and what’s been done to reform some of the country’s biggest institutions to prevent it happening again.

The screening will be followed by a panel and audience discussion.

All tickets £6, available from the GFT

Online: https://glasgowfilm.org/shows/womens-support-project-abused-the-untold-story-ctbc .(no booking fee applies)
By phone: 0141 332 6535 during Box Office opening hours. Please note that at busy times you may be asked to leave a contact telephone number. Telephone bookings incur a charge of £1.50 per transaction (not per ticket) to cover the costs of providing this service.
In person: at Box Office (no booking fee applies) just before the film’s stated start time or further in advance.

If you book your ticket in advance, you can collect any time before the screening and avoid queues at Box Office.


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