Cornwall’s own Play It Again Theatre Company  are delighted to announce 2 new fresh and highly relevant school’s shows now booking for November 2011! LOL for KS2 and Year 7 and GOING VIRAL for Years 8,9,10… 

LOL – 10 year old Molly discovers social networking and thinks she’s found freedom at last… but with this freedom come more choices.  One of her choices leads to being cornered in the nightmare of CyberBullying and we follow her struggle to escape.  This stunning one hour play is written by June Trask and gives up to 10 audience members  the chance to be a star and perform on stage with us!

AGE GUIDE: KS2 and Year 7

CURRICULUM LINKS: Anti-Bullying,  Online Safety, SEAL, Gifted and Talented

** perfect for anti-bullying week – 14th to 18th November 2011**




GOING VIRAL – a powerful one hour play focussing on risky online behaviour among teenagers.  CJ and Granny discover that simulated online life can soon become viral and real and scary. Sexting, chatrooms, privacy and scams are all explored in this highly interactive new play by Jonathon Plunkett.

AGE GUIDE: Years 8 to 10

CURRICULUM LINKS: Online safety, child exploitation, Sex/relationships, Breaking the Law, Drama/Performance



A one-hour performance and 2 workshops plus an education pack with scripts.



Slick, exciting, highly relevant and informative.  The students and staff loved it.

(Head of Drama, Notre Dame School)

‘informative, entertaining and brilliantly thought provoking’

(Year 8 pupil, Dartmouth Academy)

‘The quality was brilliant, the children were fully absorbed in the performance.’

(Year 4 teacher, West Monkton Primary School)

'Brillant, really engaging and purposeful to the needs of the children at this stage in their life.'

(Teacher, South Brent Primary School)



For prices and information contact Claire Patrick on

01579 349882 or

For more details about Play It Again Theatre Company and the highly effective educational theatre work that we do, take a peek at our website



  • We are delighted to be working in partnership with Avon/Somerset and Devon /Cornwall Constabularies who offer a wealth of experience and expertise in the field of online issues and cyber bullying. 
  • In addition, South East Cornwall Extended Services and Cornwall Youth Service are supporting this project
  • FEAST is based at Creative Services in Redruth and have enabled us to research and develop our online safety work by allocating Arts Council England funding to us this year.