Women’s Aid Chief Executive, Katie Ghose joins panel discussion
Rattle Snake at Soho Theatre, 12th May, 3.15pm
We are delighted to announce that Chief Executive of Women’s Aid, Katie Ghose, will join a panel discussion alongside Catrina McHugh MBE and Ron Hogg, Durham Police & Crime Commissioner to discuss coercive control and the changes that need to happen to ensure people are free from domestic violence and abuse after the performance at 3.15pm on Saturday 12 May at Soho Theatre.
“I’m so delighted that Katie is joining us in London for our panel discussion. 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.” Catrina McHugh MBE, Artistic Director of Open Clasp and Writer of Rattle Snake
To book tickets for the matinee performance of Rattle Snake and free post-show panel discussion, please click here!
Rattle Snake is a co-production between Open Clasp and Live Theatre. A sharp, moving and unflinching play based on the real life stories of women who have faced and survived coercive controlling domestic abuse, Rattle Snake opens at Soho Theatre, 8-19 May before a national tour finishing at Live Theatre, Newcastle from 5-9 June.