All Our Daughters? at Derby Theatre will tackle the issues of forced marriages and honour violence
New Vic Borderlines presents All Our Daughters? at Derby Theatre from February 28 to March 1.
The production and a related conference aims to raise awareness of forced marriages and so-called ‘honour’ violence.
New Vic Borderlines is touring with a ground-breaking project which uses drama to highlight the issues.
It is upported by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Forced Marriage Unit and is a joint-initiative with the
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All Our Daughters? is written and directed by Susan Moffat, Director of New Vic Borderlines, the New Vic
initiative which works with people at risk of being socially marginalised due to position, status, class or
Christina Lydon, learning manager at Derby Theatre, said:
“All Our Daughters? is an exciting project for Derby Theatre to be involved in as it explores and highlights so
many issues relating to forced marriage and honour violence. Borderlines is a well-established company
and we are confident that the conference will be an inspirational event for Derby educators, artists and
those who work in the community, voluntary and health sectors. Drama, theatre and the arts can be used
very effectively to address social issues – All Our Daughters is a shining example of this and the
conference is an ideal opportunity and platform to discuss and develop new, related ideas for Derby."
The performance of All Our Daughters? on March 1 at 11.00 am is included in a day-long conference to
discuss the key themes explored and highlighted within the play.
For ticket details contact the box office on 01332 593939.