Odd Arts | Healthy Relationships at School & College
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Healthy Relationships at School & College

"Explores coercive control, abusive relationships and the triggers and warning signs through participant engagement."

For more information about our workshop programme


This workshop uses an interactive theatre performance and workshop to explore coercive control, abusive relationships and the triggers and warning signs through participant engagement with the characters and performance.


Understand what abuse is and the difference between abusive and non-abusive relationships

Explore what a healthy relationship looks like

Recognise the signs of abuse

Understand the impact of abuse on individuals

Provide information of how and where to get help



Creative and interactive discussion

Teamwork exercises: Exploring abuse definitions (emotional/ physical / sexual / financial / coercive)

Live interactive performance: See a relationship between young man and woman and pause the performance at various points to explore (same sex relationships are also discussed)

Hot-seating: Bring characters on stage and allow group to ask them questions about their decisions, feelings and emotions

Evaluate the warning signs of abuse and advice about where to get help (specialist agencies etc.)

Signpost to relevant support in schools / college and externally


Workshop lasts between 60 and 90 minutes long and can be repeated up to 5 times per day

Ideally suited for 13 to 18 year olds

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