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Mockingbird High

 

Children used to be seen

and not heard…

until now…

“ Claire and John’s pro-active approach to the injustices that so many women and children suffer in our community is to be commended and supported. I hope people will recognise the value of their work and support this project.

Theatre is all about telling the untold stories and these stories need to be heard by us all.”

Maxine Peake

Actor

Mockingbird High

MOCKINGBIRD HIGH is empty and dark. However, in a locked classroom, deep in the basement, a light still burns. Two pupils are conducting an unusual experiment – the trial of their Mother for neglect and abuse. If guilty, there’s only one sentence – death…

Mockingbird High

is a compelling and lyrical account of the
devastating impact of domestic abuse on two teenage children and their mother.

Exploring the ‘cycle of violence’, safeguarding, sexual bullying, patterns of abusive behaviour and the long-term impact on children. An essential experience for anyone working in the field of safeguarding children.

Contains strong language 

Book your performance now

We have a limited number of dates for Nov/Dec 2021 for live performances

Bookings for the digital package are now being taken for 2022

Mockingbird High play

Supported by

A new digital Theatre Package!

We have successfully secured funding to develop a digital theatre and training package of our acclaimed production MOCKINGBIRD HIGH

To create

– A filmed version of our original drama MOCKINGBIRD HIGH which can be streamed online

– A filmed Q&A with the writers and actors

– A downloadable support resource for community groups and support staff/organisations working with children and young people

– A live online Q&A with the company to explore the issues raised and their relevance to your work practice or personal experience

– Accreditation through CPD

Thank you to everyone who has supported our fundraising efforts on GIVEY. Any funds we raise now will go towards making the package available to groups working with children.

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