‘Out of Line, Online’ is an interactive forum theatre performance and workshop using professional actors and specialist facilitators to explore key issues around cyber bullying.
This particular performance focuses on the role of the bystander and the impact of bullying on the victim.
The workshop involves interactive debate and discussion exercises and engagement with the actors in performance in order to search for solutions.
There is a post-performance discussion to explore triggers, warning signs and vulnerabilities and signposting to available support services.
Develop awareness of what constitutes ‘cyber bullying’ and other forms of bullying
Understand more about cyber safety and the law
Equip young people to be more confident about what to do if they experience bullying
Increase confidence and explore appropriate behaviour to challenge bullying, including the role of the bystander
Increased empathy & victim awareness
Signposting for support
99% of students questioned in our Cyber Bullying survey said the package would make them do more to prevent cyber bullying and made them think more about the consequences.
The workshop is 60 to 90 minutes long and can be repeated up to 5 times per day
This workshop is suitable for year 7’s upward
This workshop can be delivered as part of a longer-term project responding to the themes in the performance
Costs depend on:
Additional / specific requirements of partner
Evaluation depth / requirements
Number of preparatory meetings required
Requests for additional staff
Number of actors
Between £650 to £1,100 per half day and £880 and £1,600 per full day. All costs include lead facilitators, actors and evaluation.
Become A Participant
You can self-refer to some of our ongoing community projects and sessions.
We deliver FREE workshops at our base in Moss Side Powerhouse. We welcome and support young carers, and participants with additional needs.