Theatre: Scratch Performance

Storyhouse Women Weekend: Fri 26 - Sun 28 April Running from
Last event: Saturday 27 April at 3pm
  • Free entry with a Storyhouse Women Weekend Pass / Saturday Day Pass
  • Storyhouse Theatre

Part of: Storyhouse Women

Follow two stories of young people who face challenges of image and peer pressure, the effect on their emotional health and how those around them do or don’t help.
This scratch performance will focus on the emotional health and wellbeing of young people and what makes a good listener.

This piece has been commissioned by Chester and District Samaritans to ensure that mental health and suicide prevention education is current, up to date and accessible.

You are invited to see the piece of theatre in its development phase. The final full performance will be on 4 & 5 July.

A post-show discussion will follow, chaired by Sophie Holt (Child and Adult Mental Health  Services)

Performed by Storyhouse Young Company
Directed by Hayley Lindley-Thornhill
Assisted by Lucy Whitehead and Harriet Feeny

 

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