Michael Brandon, Glynis Barber and Teri Ann Bobb-Baxter perform Hurried Steps to raise funds for the Farkhunda Trust produced by New Shoes Theatre for the Gala night at the Women & War Festival: EXODUS 2017.
Public fundraising performances
Hurried Steps is a fantastic vehicle for student and women's groups to raise awareness about Violence Against Women & Girls. It has enormous impact.
"It gives you an international insight into the whole issue" - Audience feedback, Sydney
Performances have raised funds worldwide for support groups and Women's Refuges.
The play was written to be low cost as there is no set - just music stands, no costumes and no need for sophisticated sound equipment or lights. The play is suitable for any space from community halls, to lecture theatres, to large performance spaces.
There are music stands available to UK Kent-based groups to borrow at no cost.
If you want to arrange to raise funds for your local organisations by performing the text yourselves, please apply for a licence click here for more information.