One woman's struggle to break the chains of love

It is Christmas Eve and 'Rose,' a woman in a red dress, awakes to find that she has no memory of who or where she is. As she gradually weaves the threads of memory together, a dark and violent picture begins to emerge…. Compelled to leave for fear of her life Rose begins to pack...but it's dark outside and the house is full of strange noises. Will she escape, before her attacker returns? …Or is he still in the house?

LADY IN RED - combines superb dialogue, a compelling plot, inspired performance and evocative colours to create an unforgettable experience - a journey through one woman's attempts to leave an abusive relationship.

LADY IN RED provides an excellent means of focusing on the complex issues surrounding domestic abuse and is an ideal event in itself as well as a great way to help focus your own event or training.

Power and control, physical, emotional and psychological abuse, fear of the unknown and "Why doesn't she leave?" are just some of the issues raised in this contemporary look at domestic violence.

The accompanying after-show discussion with the writers and actors enables audiences to connect with these issues in an accessible and positive way.

LADY IN RED - The FiLiA Domestic abuse awareness Tour for women and girls

Six FREE performances across the UK for women and girls

With Thanks to The People's Postcode Trust

Bradford Saturday 19th October 5.30pm

Part of the Filia Conference - Bradford Hotel

Manchester Wednesday 23rd October 7.30pm

TMC Waterside Theatre The Manchester College, Shena Simon Campus 42 Chorlton St, Manchester M1 3HW

Portsmouth Wednesday 6th November 7.30pm

The Wedgewood Rooms 147b Albert Road, Portsmouth, England, PO4 0JW

Sheffield Tuesday 26th November 7.30pm

Theatre Deli 202 Eyre St, Sheffield S1 4QZ

Birmingham Wednesday 4th December 7.30pm

Friction Arts, The Edge 79-81 Cheapside, Birmingham B12 0QH

Glasgow Thursday 19th December 7.30pm

Calton Heritage and Learning Centre, 423 London Road Glasgow G40 1AG