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27 July              Edinburgh Fringe 2017 preview show

 

 

My Mind is Free

 

 

A play which addresses the appalling fact that 125 new victims per hour fall prey to modern slavery.

 

 

‘You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again you did not know!’  William Wilberforce.

 

 

A powerful, theatrical interpretation of the degradations of human trafficking. It tells the interlinked stories of four people trafficked to and within the UK and their horrifying tales of abuse, exploitation and enslavement. The production consists of a small, strong ensemble cast. It uses a mixture of physical theatre and multi–role playing to portray the epic journey and terrible risks that desperate people will go to in the pursuit of what they believe to be a better life, only to find that they are then exploited, ending up in a far worse position than when they started.

 

 

‘The performance of the actors was incredible..... Long live this theatre production’

Anti-Slavery International

 

‘no matter what your existing awareness of human trafficking is, My Mind is Free is definitely an important show to see.’ FemaleArts ****

 

“I defy anyone not to be moved by it.’ WOW Kent

 

 

 

Rah Rah Community Theatre Company has teamed up with The Salvation Army and anti-trafficking charity, Hope For Justice, to bring its production of MY MIND IS FREE by Sam Hall to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We are delighted to be doing our preview for Edinburgh in London at Waterloo East Theatre. The company first toured the production in 2015, receiving 4 and 5 star reviews. It was nominated for “Best stage play” in the Human Trafficking Foundation’s Anti-Slavery Media awards 2016 and the award ceremony, to which we were invited, was hosted by the Home Secretary at the House of Commons.

 

 

 

Show Time: 7.30pm

Running time aprox. 60 mins with NO interval

 

Tickets:

£12 / £10 Concession*

(no booking fee)

Allocated seating. No Latecomers Admitted.

*(Students: Unwaged: Over 60’s: Equity: Disabled:

Lambeth Resident.)

 

The production will be followed by a charity speaker from The Salvation Army about the work they do to help victims of trafficking.
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