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TRIGGER WARNING

As much as we don't want to give away any 'spoilers', we recognize that this play can cause distress or trigger challenging emotions for some of our audience members. Please contact the Harold Pinter Theatre before you book if there are themes that are particularly upsetting to you and you want to discuss the production further.

 
Recommended for ages 12+
Includes sensitive subject matter including reference to sex, violence, and rape.
 

You can use the links below to find more information on the places you can go to get support and information

The Mix is an online hub of support for young people. They offer support via telephone, chat and text. Alongside this there are discussion boards and group chats you are able to join.

Young Minds provide mental health support to young people alongside parents of young people. They provide a text based service and have helpful articles on a range of topics.

CALM are a leading movement against suicide. They want to empower people to share their experiences and reach out. CALM provide a webchat service from 5pm until midnight.

Papyrus are a national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide. They help individuals under the age of 35. They have a helpline and text based service.

ChildLine is a service for young people under 19 to talk about their problems and how they’re feeling.

Counselling and therapy services involve a trained professional listening to you and helping you find ways to deal with your problems and worries.

Sexual health services provide screening for sexually transmitted infections, as well and contraceptives and sexual health advice.

The police enforce the law and can take legal action against offenders.

Rape Crisis are an organisation of Rape Crisis Centres, and also a charity offering a broad range of support for sexual assault.
Samaritans are a listening service, giving you somewhere to talk about your problems or what’s on your mind.

Survivors UK offers support for men (18+) who have been the victim of sexual assault.

SARCs are specialist centres for people who have been the victim of sexual assault.