PSHE

Five Hundred and First

An anti-extremism play

Suitable for years  9 – 13

Cost of performance: £550

This story is told through the eyes of an ordinary teenager who is upset, scared and confused by the news coverage she has seen about terrorism and extremism. In her pursuit for information that is easy to understand set in a relatable context she talks to her teachers, those who have ‘made jihad’ …and her nan. The pieces fall into place for her and the audience. The realities are exposed.

Are You Coming Out?

The story of an ordinary teenage girl, who happens to be gay, as she navigates her way through ‘coming out’.

Suitable for years 8 – 12

Cost of performance: £550

A play that challenges homophobic attitudes whilst telling the story of a teenager struggling to tell friends and family that she is gay.

Them & Me

An Anti-Bullying play.

Suitable for years 7 – 8

Cost of performance: £550

Bullying can be devastating for both the bullied and the bully. This play shows the very serious consequences of bullying for everyone involved. With an engaging and sometimes funny storyline, this performance is inspired by several true stories.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Unique

A play about self worth for young women.

Suitable for female pupils in years 7-8

Cost of performance: £550

Many young women today find themselves compelled to become clones of the blond and beautiful ideal, thus eradicating any individualism. This play is has a very deep and strong message; “Be yourself, because you are special. You are unique”.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Cheesy Feet & Toe Jam

A play about Health and Well-Being.

Suitable for years 7-8

Cost of performance: £550

This play consists of seven separate scenes each delivering a different message. Using varying genres and styles, from a hoe-down song to a young girl’s soliloquy the play uses comedy and song to deliver a hard hitting thought-provoking messages.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Me Man, You Woman

A play about puberty.

Suitable for years 7-8.

Cost of performance: £550

Charting teenagers from 2000 years ago to 2000 years in the future, our whacky scientist helps the characters discover the answers to some of life’s most difficult questions, such as, “Why have my legs gone hairy?”  “What’s happened to my voice?” and “Does this happen to everyone?”

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

All Blood's Red

A play about racism and cultural identity.

Suitable for years 7-9 

Cost of performace: £550

This play charts a young persons journey of enlightenment covering the issues of racism (towards both minorities and majorities), prejudice, religious intolerance, exploration of feelings about asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, a brief history of immigrants to theUk, racism in Rap music and cultural identity.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Up In Smoke

An Anti-Smoking play.

Suitable for years 8 – 11

Cost of performance: £550

With a narrative theme this play tackles a very serious life threatening issue. We share the experiences of a teenage girl who loses her beloved grandmother to lung cancer.  We then chart her progress as she tries to give up smoking. Honestly depicting the highs and lows of trying to conquer nicotine addiction.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Just 'Ave One

An Anti-Alcohol and Substance Misuse play.

Suitable for years 9 – 13

Cost of performance: £550

The story of five friends, the neighborhood drug dealer, the woman who works in the off licence and an old man called Joe. Showing the journey from recreational drug user to drug addict, the sad and miserable life of a drug dealer and the vulnerable situations our young people put themselves in whilst drunk and drugged hanging around on the streets.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

If You Can't Do The Time

A play about crime, punishment, gang culture and anti-social behaviour.

Suitable for years 9 – 13

Cost of performance: £550

Depicting the lives of several young people, this story is based on the real life experiences of the young people interviewed during the research for this play. This serious story, told in a very real and naturalistic way has comical elements.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Everyone Else Is Doin' It

A play about teenage and underage sex, sexual heath, sexually transmitted infections, contraception and the surrounding emotions and myths.

Suitable for years 9 – 13

Cost of performance: £550

In seven isolated scenes we meet everyone from “Ann Robinson” in “The Weakest Myth” and “Chris Tarrant“ in “Who Wants To Be Infected” to a pregnant fourteen year old and a sixteen year old  boy who wants to wait until he finds some one he loves…or at least likes before he has sex.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.

Scars

A play about Eating Disorders and Self-harm

Suitable for years 7 – 13

Cost of performance: £550

Seen through the eyes of three young people from very different backgrounds, this hard hitting play pulls no punches in getting the reality of how eating disorders and self harm affect young people and their families and friends.

Price includes the performance of the play followed by a question and answer session, statistical analysis of the information generated from our evaluation questionnaires and six sessions of educational materials and resources.