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WIRED

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Wired explores how young people’s poor mental health can often result in experimenting with illegal drugs. How trying something ‘just once’ can turn into an addiction for some but have very little impact on others? What happens when the cards you’ve been dealt, meaning that you are surrounded by drugs and crime? What if you choose to walk the wrong road and can’t see a way back?

Wired looks at the lives of three young people whose paths cross momentarily, but the impact they have on each other’s futures is huge. Mental health and external pressures impact their decision-making process and inevitably leads them to experiment with drugs. In a world where influences from friends and acquaintances are everything, they become recipients as well as dealers and victims as well as perpetrators.

You can watch the production HERE

You can watch the video workshop HERE

You can download the digital flyer HERE

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Written & directed by Suha Al-Khayyat. Co-produced with Claire MacNeill and MashUp! Productions. Filmed by Rhiannon Barker and Grey London Films. Funded by Greenwich Safer Communities
Key-stage 3 and 4
Digitally touring Greenwich during July 2021. Please email info@littlefishtheatre.co.uk to book a show.
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