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Saltmine Theatre Company’s Wonderland is a new mental health production (available in three filmed episodes, with accompanying workshop plans) which focusses on issues such as anxiety, self-identity and loneliness.  Inspired by ‘Alice in Wonderland’, in this production we follow 14-year-old Alice into a surreal world full of extraordinary characters and watch her make connections between their ‘madness’ and the issues she faces in her own life.

 

Wonderland Episode 1 focusses on identity including body-image and self-esteem, and asks pupils to consider the goals they set themselves.

Episode One Taster: https://youtu.be/FEf2qJGCoW8

 

Wonderland Episode 2 invites pupils to question how they use social media, and how to balance it with pursuing genuine connection in offline friendships.

Episode Two Taster: https://youtu.be/tMzBmZThdv4

 

Wonderland Episode 3 encourages pupils to critique sensationalist news headlines and to acknowledge the danger of toxic positivity; it ends with pupils creating their own Self-Care List to help them navigate the post-lockdown world.

Episode Three Taster: https://youtu.be/SHuk2hchzHE

 

Cost of Wonderland: £650 +VAT*

Call 01384 454807 or email creative@saltmine.org to book

For more information please visit www.saltminetrust.org.uk/wonderlanddigital

*Once booked the resource can be used with as many pupils as you choose, whenever is convenient for your school.  For information about booking Saltmine facilitators to run the workshops please contact me.

Joanna Bell
Creative Arts Coordinator, Saltmine Trustcreative@saltmine.org
01384 454807


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