Cookies: The Film
In 2017 we launched a film version of our production of Cookies
by Emily Jenkins. The film was launched during Anti-Bullying Week in 2017 and is available to be streamed directly from this page on our website!
Alongside the filmed version of the play, teachers can access free PSHE and Drama resource packs, with a range of Cookies related activities that align with the PSHE Association and AQA A-level and GSCE Drama.
By using Cookies in the classroom, teachers will be able to encourage students to tackle the serious threats that young people face online. Cookies can be used as a creative and engaging device to nurture important conversations with students from Key Stage 4 and 5.Click here for more information and to watch the film!Cookies
A new play by Emily Jenkins
Directed by Anna Ledwich
Commissioned as part of the Cyberscene Project
Inspired by the true, heartfelt online stories of students, Cookies follows seven teenagers dealing with the effects of sexting, radicalisation, cyber bullying and our wider digital world…
Sosa, a tough, gay, streetwise Londoner finds solace in the tunes of her favourite rap artist, but her online world comes crashing down when she finally meets her idol.
Eva, an aspiring vlogger, splits with avid gamer Simon and is forced to deal with the devastating effects of sexting and repetitive online abuse.
Salena, infatuated with pop star Zayn Malik, starts an online friendship with another faceless superfan. As a result of their conversations the young Muslim woman begins to grapple with her faith and is persuaded to make a long journey to an unknown fate.
Written by Award-winning playwright Emily Jenkins and directed by Olivier Award nominee Anna Ledwich, Cookies takes us on an astonishing digital journey which promises to redefine how we perceive our online world.
For further information on Cookies and our education resources, click below.
Previous Community Projects
Masterclass' previous community projects include, The Bravo 22 Company
, a pioneering theatre recovery project for wounded, injured and sick Service personnel and the Play Project which supported children and young adults at Great Ormond Street Hospital School and Richard House Hospice.