Masterclass in partnership with the anti-bullying charity Kidscape is developing a creative, hands-on learning project which uses theatre to support the health and well-being of young people affected by cyberbullying.

Led by Masterclass and a team of professional theatre makers, the project will work with students from South Thames College, Leyton Sixth Form College, Hackney Community College and Barnet and Southgate College to create a play that explores and shares their experiences of cyberbullying and its effects on them and their peers.

Working with a professional director and writer, the play will be scripted through a series of theatre workshops exploring the impact of cyberbullying and will then be performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in 2017.

The heart of the project is about using theatre to give young people a voice, create a lasting legacy from their own perspective, help and inspire other young people in similar situations and to raise awareness of the issue. 

If you or someone you know is experiencing cyberbullying and you would like some additional support please visit our partner Kidscape’s website for further guidance.

If you are interested in a career in theatre, take a look at TheatreCraft, London’s largest careers event for 16-25 year olds which Masterclass founded in 2003.

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Masterclass is a proud member of the Anti-Bullying Alliance and is working with the Association of Colleges for The Cyberscene Project.

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.

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