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A Theatre/Physical theatre piece set within the dark world of human exploitation and callous abuse – a tale of love, betrayal and hope.

“Seeing Grace” is being performed at the Old Fire Station on 9 and 11 September 2014. Tickets are available here [http://touchpointtheatre.wix.com/seeing-grace.]

Grace Simpson, former prostitute and convicted of trafficking, gave evidence against her pimp and was given early release from prison. Years later, now in her late 40s, she meets a stranger in a park – and is confronted once again with her past.
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Set in current day and the 80s and depicted through dance, theatre and physical theatre,this production interweaves a love story within a dark tale of grooming, prostitution and trafficking; a story of a ‘lost’ girl and the young man prepared to go to great sacrifice for her sake. Seeing Grace is a fictional story based on research into true stories.

The piece was written and directed by Mary Scott and the original concept by David Boyd. It is choreographed by Danny Scott.

More information is available at www.seeinggrace.co.uk