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Losing It: a play about coming together and falling apart

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A new commission for 2017, from the writer of 'Hidden' and 'The Teenage Pregnancy Project', 'Losing It' offers year 9+ students a new take on sex education. This musical play tells the story of a group of 18 year-olds as they look back on their 7 years at secondary school. Developed in partnership with young people from a range of schools, this frank and inclusive, large scale 90-minute production addresses the questions young people really want answered.

Why they need our service

Six out of 10 teenagers say they have been asked for sexual images or videos. 40% of young people have created a sexual image or video. 1 in 3 ten year-olds have seen pornography online. 1 in 5 women experience some form of sexual violence. This year Peer Productions takes on sex education as you've never seen it before - "Because there's a bit more to it than sperm meets egg". Written by Nina Lemon and performed by Peer Productions' young company.

Plan and expected results

We transform the lives of young people aged 11 to 17 by touring plays to schools on difficult social/healthcare topics. We build their confidence to take personal control of issues that directly affect them and their peers, such as teenage pregnancy, self- harm and drug misuse. Each year, we engage over 10,000 young people across the South East. Through the combination of theatre and peer education, our plays reach even the most disengaged of learners.

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