A Level drama students raise awareness of trafficking through thoughtful devised piece
Some of our Year 13 A Level Drama students embarked on a challenging devised project, exploring the prevalent and important issue of sex trafficking. Performed in the style of the theatre practitioner 'Shared Experience', they included a mix of naturalistic and expressionistic elements. The students explored how young women can be entrapped and exploited in the underground world, while also highlighting the hope that exists for them in the future.
Head of Drama, Mrs Roberts, said:
"This was an extremely moving, thought-provoking and courageous piece of theatre, sensitively and creatively explored and staged. The girls undertook extensive research, including meeting with Sister Imelda Poole who leads the charity RENATE , who work to eliminate trafficking globally. This enabled them to bring authenticity to the piece and shed a light onto this rarely discussed topic."
Well done to all the girls involved! Find out more about A Level drama here.