Testimonials

“Excellent, a realistic, accurate portrayal of a family/individuals at risk. All too true to life”

“It made them think, it made them question, it allowed them to use their imagination… three world class actors who interact wonderfully well.”

“It covered so many issues in a sensitive way. I was both enthralled and saddened by the story and the acting.”

“Excellent! This needs to go to every primary school, not just in Leeds.”

“A moving and very rewarding session. To have this many clients attend, stop and come back for a second session is testament to the professionalism of the team. A massive thank you.”

“Excellent resource, entertaining and educational. Gritty without being rough in delivery and content.” WORKER

“It deepens children’s writing and thinking skills… the children were inspired and worked together brilliantly.” TEACHER

“I really enjoyed it. I felt I could relate to some of the issues brought up in the play, that then captured my attention. And it was brilliant.” PARTICIPANT

“Provides a unique opportunity to open dialogue about difficult issues, and allows pupils to explore their own concerns and problems.” TEACHER

“This really does safely go into very difficult areas and powerfully challenges young people without threatening their safely.” YOUTH WORKER

“A lesson in not being influenced by others. Think for yourself… Brilliant as usual.” TEACHER

“Unlike seeing a film the play made everything feel real. You could see real people and emotions/ relationships. I would like to see more plays like that.” PARTICIPANT

“I thought it was incredible because it was true and there’s no lies.” PUPIL

“Provides a unique opportunity to open dialogue about difficult issues, and allows pupils to explore their own concerns and problems.” TEACHER

“It was awesome! I wanted to watch it again.” PUPIL

“They really listened to you. They didn’t forget you and ask someone else.” YOUNG PERSON

“I absolutely loved Part One. It covered so many issues in a sensitive way. I was both enthralled and saddened by the story and the acting.” TEACHER

“I liked the drama and the way you could pick your choices, it felt like it was actually happening” Year 5 PUPIL

“There are a lot of issues in the play which some of the class are dealing with. I feel it is good for them to have an opportunity to discuss these problems and for children to empathise. They really enjoyed it and I think it enabled them to talk about issues which disturbed them and listen sympathetically to each other… Couldn’t rate its value higher.”