Somebody’s Daughter Theatre Company

Somebody’s Daughter Theatre (SDT) is a company of artists with a 38 year record of working with some of the most vulnerable and powerless in our society.

Through the arts – theatre, visual art, music, film – we work with women in prison, women post-release and marginalised young people; creating high quality theatre and pathways back into education and community.


Unapologetically Myself: School and community performances are by arrangement Monday 9 – Thursday 12 December, 2019.
Public evening performance is entry by donation, but bookings essential via Eventbrite



No More Hiding in Silence was adapted from a scene from the play Expectant, which was devised and performed by the women in the Dame Phyllis Frost maximum security prison in 2016.

We made this film clip to bring the voices and experiences of the women we work with to a much wider audience. We hope to bring greater awareness to a key issue that leads to a cycle of addiction and incarceration for many women and young people. Women in prison stand with those who speak out against domestic violence and want their unique perspective to join the growing movement for change.

As a valued supporter of the company we share this video with you and hope that you will share it far and wide.