Cookies at Theatre Royal Haymarket – October 29 – darker side of the internet

Cookies at Theatre Royal Haymarket
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Cookies at Theatre Royal Haymarket – teenagers darker side to their digital lives. Premiere October 29.

Cookies: A new play by Emily Jenkins, Directed by Anna Ledwich

This is how it goes

In a world of gaming, vlogging and instant messaging, the online and offline worlds of four teenagers collide. Especially when they’re exposed to a darker side of the internet… Inspired by the true online experiences of 120 students, Cookies goes on an extraordinary digital journey. It questions the consequences of cyber bullying. Also when the line is crossed and what happens when it is.

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

Emily Jenkins: The award winner talked to students at various colleges to gather information for Cookies.

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

Tickets now available for £7.50. www.trh.co.uk

Theatre Royal Haymarket, Haymarket, London SW1Y 4HT

call 020 7930 8800 – 24 hours

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