Day One 2019

Rattle Snake (Screening)

Spine tingling and visceral, Rattle Snake will literally take your breath away.

An epic tale based on real life stories of women who have faced and survived coercive controlling domestic abuse. 
 
Join us to support the UN campaign against gender violence by attending our free screening of award-winning Rattle Snake on Monday 25th November, 7pm at Bath Spa University Theatre.

Following a national tour, this emotional tour-de force is being used to train frontline police officers responding to sexual and domestic violence after the UK law was changed, making coercive control in relationships a crime.
   
From the company behind Key Change, the New York Times Critics’ Pick and Winner of the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award 2015, streamed globally to an audience of 27,000 in 35 countries as part of the UN Campaign to Eliminate Violence Against Women and Girls.   
 
“Rattle Snake holds the voices of those who have survived coercive control and our aim is to make the best theatre we can to ensure those voices are heard. I want change; theatre is my way to make it happen.” Writer, Catrina McHugh MBE, Writer of the Year, Rattle Snake, 2018 (Journal Culture Awards)   

Presented by The Arts & Social Change Research Group and Voices.

Click here to reserve your free ticket