SUICIDE PREVENTION WORKSHOPS
Squirrels, our lively and engaging workshops which include a film, discussion, and the support of a therapist, as well as the highly experienced NEYouth team.
Workshops will be available across the region beginning in June and are fully funded by NENC Integrated Care System
We have created a Squirrels Resource page which has lots of useful links and Zoe’s Blog will be available very soon.
In the meantime, if you want to know more about suicide prevention or are looking for support then we urge you to check out this website which is part of the North East and North Cumbria Suicide Prevention Network
This is a great website – CHECK IT OUT
IN OTHER NEWS
Young people tell it how it is. They want to be heard and we can’t afford to ignore them any longer.
LOCKDOWN LIFE – Our newest collaboration is now LIVE
WATCH OUR TEN-MINUTE FILM MADE WITH A GROUP OF REMARKABLE YOUNG PEOPLE.
Lockdown Life was made with Dr. Stephanie Scott an NIHR ARC Senior Research Fellow based at Newcastle University. We worked with young people over the summer with support from NE Youth and conducted interviews to co-create Lockdown Life, a ten-minute film. Watch the film and see how Operating Theatre can take academic research and bring it to a wider audience. Contact Us if you think we can help you get your findings out into the wider world.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact Alex Elliott, Artistic Director on 07980 895001
Challenging Health Inequalities
A NATION DIVIDED See the piece published by The Morning Star on Operating Theatre’s work
WHAT WE DO
We deliver plays, monologues, theatre-based workshops, training films, and educational events. We have worked with all sorts of organisations and healthcare professionals and know that what we do helps to make a difference. Our Script Service page is a good place to go for more information
Contact us to discuss your project, in confidence, and we will be happy to use our experience to craft a proposal that best suits your needs. We believe health and well-being concern us all and better health comes through collaboration. Let’s get started.