About The Play
A play about racism and cultural identity
Suitable for years 7-9
A thought-provoking tale of cultural identity, understanding, indifference and hatred.
Covering the issues of
- Racism (towards both minorities and majorities)
- Religious intolerance
- Exploration of feelings about asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants
- Explanation of the funding of asylum seekers and refugees
- A brief history of immigrants to England and Merseyside
- Racism in Rap music
- Cultural identity
- Cultural tolerance and understanding
- Cultural diversity.
This play is an amalgamation of several styles of drama, both telling a story and giving a message. Depicting the lives of three different families living in Britain today, giving their various opinions and experiences of racism.
“This play showed our children that we are all the same, irrespective of colour or religion and raised many issues our pupils would not have thought of as being racist”
Miss Hough – Palace Fields School
- An hour long performance comprising of; An introduction to theatre in education, the play, a question and answer session with the characters and a brief evaluation
- Six sessions of supporting education materials and lesson plans relevant to the specific topic
- A bound report containing the statistical analysis gathered from our evaluation. This can be presented to OFSTED as evidence of a measurable outcome.
Please note all prices are subject to an additional 40p per mile travel expenses charge (excluding the first and last forty miles).
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