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w@rn DVD resource pack +
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£125.00 £100.00

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A new play by Helen Nelder

27th - 29th May 2011

Brighton Festival Fringe

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Helen Nelder is a theatrical writer and director whose work is based on real-life experiences.

Helen's trademark style of physical theatre combines surreal images and characters with naturalistic situations, to produce highly visual, explosive and very powerful work.

w@rn Theatre Company was founded in 2000 to develop and perform original and challenging plays.

w@rn dvd resource pack

w@rn DVD Resource Pack The w@rn DVD Resource Pack is a comprehensive set of training materials for professionals who work with the issues surrounding Domestic Abuse.

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Originally conceived as a practical alternative for smaller organisations unable to fund a live production of w@rn, this unique studio recording of the play is complemented by specially-produced additional material, expanding upon the issues portrayed, along with photocopiable notes and exercises to facilitate training.

The pack is presented in a glossy A4 binder, and includes:

  • a video recording of the play
  • video interviews with characters from the play
    and experts in the field of domestic abuse
  • additional interview with the author, Helen Nelder
  • extensive, photocopiable training notes and exercises

The resulting package has been purchased by agencies around the UK and as far afield as the US and New Zealand.

Although w@rn Theatre Company is not currently performing the play itself, scripts and performance rights are available for companies who wish to stage their own productions.

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w@rn maskw@rn is a powerful depiction of how domestic abuse can afflict a family.

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This acclaimed play has been performed for police, social services, local authorities, the judiciary and victim support agencies, to improve awareness and understanding of issues around domestic abuse.

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The play featured as a Refugee Week event, with performances at The Hawth in Crawley introduced by Claire Bertschinger and former BBC Middle East Correspondent, Tim Llewellyn.