Escape is an Internet Safety play that has been performed across the United Kingdom to over 100,000 children. Widely acclaimed, the show has grown and evolved to accommodate the ever-changing online world children experience.
Sarah Thompson lives on the edge of an enchanted forest, and on her eleventh birthday she is allowed to enter for the first time on her own. She starts her adventure with the three rules that will keep her safe echoing in her ears, but there are wolves in the forest and when Sarah meets a stranger all is not as it seems. Will she remember the rules? Or will she leave the path and go her own way?
Using a combination of theatre, allegory and an interactive workshop this production teaches the rules of the internet in a fun and accessible way. Covering topics ranging from cyberbullying to the dangers of talking to strangers on the internet, this play is an innovative way to teach Internet Safety to Key Stage Two.
£600 + travel costs + VAT per day
A day can be shared between 2 neighbouring schools: each school has one show and one workshop, and each school pays half the performance fee.
“A fantastic performance that delivered key issues and an important message about keeping safe on the internet to the children in an inspiring and entertaining way." - Head Teacher