Cookies


Inspired by the experiences of 120 students, Cookies takes us on an astonishing digital journey that questions the effects and consequences of cyber bullying, when the line is crossed and what happens when it is.
Lesley Garrett & Friends

Image: Theatre Royal Haymarket


Event type: Performance

About this event


Inspired by the experiences of 120 students, Cookies by Fringe First Award winner Emily Jenkins, takes us on an astonishing digital journey that questions the effects and consequences of cyber bullying, when the line is crossed and what happens when it is.


“The internet is their battleground.


London their surround sound.


YouTube their statement maker

- their whatsit -

manifesto maker.”


In a world of gaming, vlogging, instant messaging and streaming, the online and offline worlds of four teenagers collide when each are exposed to cyber bullying and a darker side to their digital lives.


Anna Ledwich, 2015 Olivier Award nominee for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate theatre, directs this exciting, relevant and important new piece of theatre.


Cookies is commissioned and developed for The Cyberscene Project an inspiring theatre initiative created by the Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust in partnership with Kidscape and generously funded by Pureland Foundation with the aim of using theatre to support and engage young people through creativity, enhance their social and emotional wellbeing and to raise awareness of important issues facing young people today.


Note: 2 performances at 3pm and 6-30pm.


Date


Sunday 29 October 2017


Starts: 3-00 pm


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Theatre


Theatre Royal Haymarket


18 Suffolk Street
London SW1Y 4HT

Box office tel: 020 7930 8800


Tickets


Stalls £35, £25

Royal Circle £35, £25, £7.50

Upper Circle £15, £15, £7.50

Gallery £7.50

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