A survivor of military sexual trauma, hers is a human story exploring healing, forgiveness and what speaking your truth really means - with grit, lyricism and necessary black humour.
On a dangerous mission inside a combat zone, Sgt Davis must work with the perpetrator of her sexual attack to get her squad home safely. Will peace ever be possible?
Each performance will be followed by a discussion with a curated panel of military, legal and survivor advocate experts:
Thurs 30 Jan
UK Armed Forces and the prevalence of sexual assault: Why does it happen?
Emma Norton, Lawyer for Liberties Civil Rights and Sharon Hardy, campaigner and a Scottish military representative, discuss and debate how Scotland is doing in the light of the latest report from the MOD about sexual assault in the armed forces.
Fri 31 Jan
Q&A with creative team and Danna
An anonymised Q&A with the soldier behind the story giving the audience the opportunity to ask question of both her and the show's creative team.
Sat 1st Feb
Power and abuse: the representation of the survivor experience in art
In the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s trial, Mhairi Morrison, an LA-based Scottish survivor within the entertainment industry, discusses the state of play of the #metoo movement today, and reflects on the role of art within it.
This show is taking part in our £1 Tickets project.
Supported by Creative Scotland.