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Years 11 - 13


Consent. Pornography. Toxic masculinity. Coercive and controlling relationships. Domestic violence. Sexual assault & rape

The Project


A hard hitting, mature production, developed over 4 years, with input from pupils and staff and drawing on 20 years experience of delivering relationship & sex education. The story unfolds as part of a police investigation and follows a year in the life of three 18 year olds. The project examines how everyday experiences have the potential to become extreme and explores sexual assault, domestic violence, coercive and controlling behaviour and rape.



Half day project. One hour-long production followed by a workshop for up to 90 at a time designed to look at consent through a moral lens through exploration of our own attitudes and desires and the reasons why someone, of any gender, might choose to harass or assault another person.


The project aims to help the students recognise those behaviours in both themselves and other people.

How the Day Works

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Angel High

@TOTItheatre Thanks so much for coming to Sir john lawes today, your performance was outstanding and truly inspirational, Great work!

Tour Dates 2022 - 2023

This project is not on tour this academic year, while we create the professional filmed version. CONTACT US to register your interest in the show for 2023 - 2024, or for the future film. 


                   Check out our                                        in the meantime.


Judging when a family, friend, intimate or other relationship is unsafe (and to recognise this in others' relationships).

What constitutes sexual harassment and violence and why these are always unacceptable.

How stereotypes around gender, religion, race and sexual orientation can cause damage (especially in the context of consent)

That sexually explicit material e.g pornography can negatively effect how people behave towards their sexual partners.

How people can actively communicate and recognise consent in others, how and when consent can be withdrawn (in all contexts)


Coercive and controlling relationships, domestic violence, rape culture and toxic masculinity.

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