TEENAGE PREGNANCY/SEXUAL HEALTH
Bradley is 16, he is just about to leave school and plans to go to college. But he has a list to work on first. Most things are simple but some are more well, complicated. But one thing on the list seems to be taking over and thats number 10, to party hard. Will he be able to complete the other 9 tasks or will he be dragged further into the world of drugs. 10 Things to do before you die is a powerful insight into what could happen if you go that bit too far. Performance and workshop looking at the complications and effects drugs can have on an individuals life, and the ripple effect on everyone around you.
If only you could turn the clock back, go back to the moment when you did what you shouldn't. Because you could. Because you were in love. But love changes when you find out you're pregnant. And you're trying to sort out the mess but your mum's telling you your tea's ready. And you know that you have to go to school tomorrow. When Craig and Emma talk together their stories overlap. But separate them and their monologues reveal that loving someone doesn't always mean you know them. Or can trust them. This performance/workshop covers the issues around teenage pregnancy and sexual health. We explore risky behaviour peer pressure and where to get help and advice.
Forum theatre and various workshop techniques are used in this session to convey the message that crime does not pay. Powerful performance and real life stories from individuals who have been involved in crime and the consequences they faced when they were caught. educational workshops to young people based upon real experiences of being involved in crime from an early age. work looks at stereotypes, the way any young person can become involved in crime and how easy it is to slide into more serious crimes. We also look at the reality of prison. Our workshop will educate young people about the true concequences of crime and that crime does not pay.
Living in a world where images of beauty are forced upon us everyday it is increasingly difficult for us all to keep up. That pressure can often be extreme on young people. This performance workshop looks at the character of Jane and the pressures that surround her as she struggles to get the size 0 figure. Through drama and role play we look at media and presentation, self confidence as well as the dangers of eating disorders and what can be done to help yourself and your friends