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Learning/Wrap around Activities

 

Alongside the show we can offer a number of additional activities these include

 

  • Frontline worker workshop aimed at workers such as the police, fire fighters, social workers, NHS staff, postal service and shop workers and factory employers all of whom are likely to come across victims in their line of work. The workshop is run after the show and gives more insight into spotting the signs of trafficking enabling frontline workers to evaluate situations better. The workshop looks at organisations to approach to seek additional professional advice should they think they may have come across a victim. (You can also book this workshop to be co run by the anti-trafficking charity Hope For Justice)

  • Role play the chance to engage with the characters from the play highlighting the difficulties and barriers when interacting with modern slavery victims.

  • Drama Workshop which looks in depth at spotting the signs of trafficking and  at some of the drama techniques involved in creating the show.

  • Charity speakers - The chance to hear a short presentation from an anti- trafficking charity working locally to fight human trafficking. It will look at spotting the signs of trafficking and how we as a community can make a difference.

  • After show Q and A - The chance to ask the actors and director more about the show and human trafficking. (This works well after a charity speaker)

  • My Mind is Free Immersive – The chance to hear some of the speeches from the play performed by the actors in the back of a real van, giving the audience a small glimpse into the lengths people would go to for what they believe will be a better life.

(c) Rah Rah Community Theatre Company, 2015-2017