A play that lifts the lid on domestic abuse comes home to Preston at The Continental this Thursday as part of International Women’s Day.
The play is produced by Preston’s Certain Curtain Theatre Company, a professional ensemble renowned for tackling sensitive and controversial subjects.
Lady in Red tells the story of a woman struggling to break the chains of love.
“Yes, it’s a hard-hitting subject,” says writer John Woudberg “but it’s also a compelling drama in its own right.
“It has tension, humour and a gritty yet beautiful language.
“This is the last chance Preston audiences will have to see this play for some time – we’re so busy touring the country we hardly get an opportunity to perform at home.”
Actress Claire Moore adds: “Our play helps the audience answer the ‘Why doesn’t she just leave?’ question and gives them a chance to find out what really goes on behind closed doors.”
Researched by talking to survivors, the play will be followed by an after-show discussion with the writers and actors.
The play is not suitable for under 16s and contains strong language. Box office: 01772 499 425 0r Seetickets, WeGotTickets and Skiddle