Six new short plays, written in special collaboration with Greater Manchester Rape Crisis, in honour of their 45th Anniversary.
Presented by HER Productions, Vignettes is an evening of six short plays by local female and non-binary writers.
Check out previous Vignettes work here.
This October, join us in celebrating the 45th anniversary of Greater Manchester Rape Crisis's vital service.
All six of our short plays have been written in special collaboration with Greater Manchester Rape Crisis, inspired by their stories.
This is an evening to honour their work, raise awareness and celebrate local theatrical talent.
Learn more about HER Productions here.
Lindsay Williams, Debbie Oates, Lekhani Chirwa, Maz Hedgehog, Zoe Iqbal & Alex Keelan
About Greater Manchester Rape Crisis
Greater Manchester Rape Crisis began over thirty years ago as a feminist collective responding to the needs of women who shared their experiences of sexual violence. GMRC is now a registered charity providing vital services for women and girls throughout Greater Manchester, and beyond.
Access and Content Warnings
The show on 5 October will have BSL Interpreter, Judith Jeddal, for both the performance and talk.
If you have any access needs you want to discuss with us, please call the box office Tuesday to Friday between 12pm – 10pm on 0161 274 0600.
Alternatively, you can email the box office on firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch via direct message on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram (@contactmcr on all three platforms).
Please note this performance of Vignettes includes discussion around sexual assault, rape and sexual violence. There are staff from Greater Manchester Rape Crisis present and a quiet zone available for anyone who would like to step out of the performance at any time.
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