ENACT is a healthy relationships project funded by the Home Office, which explores and examines the culture of peer-on-peer abuse and violence against women and girls (VAWG) in schools, through participatory arts workshops, and encourages young people to enact the changes they want to see.
Featuring four original plays written by professional playwrights, Enact: Volume One explores and examines the culture of peer-on-peer abuse and violence against women and girls (VAWG) in schools, written in response to the young people’s observations and experiences throughout the life of the project.
Designed and developed by Cherwell Theatre Company, in collaboration with young people as the voice and critical thinkers behind each script, this professional production is being performed for one night only. Be part of the conversation and enact the change you want to see.
These plays present adult themes and reference to sexual violence, self-harm, suicide, pornography, rape, abuse, bullying, paedophilia, sexual perversion, physical assault, harassment, coercive control and the impact of rumours. With strong language.
An accompanying copy of the play text can be downloaded here.