anti-human trafficking show 2015


undefinedIn the autumn Rhema Theatre Company will perform a production called ‘The It's Not Fair' that aims to educate and challenge the audience about issues surrounding human trafficking.

The professional production will be on at take place at Frodsham Methodist church on Friday 16 October, starting at 7.30pm. 

The Diocesan Committee for Social Responsibility is jointly hosting the show with the Frodsham Churches Together Against Trafficking group.

Ruth Mock, Diocesan Family Life Officer, said: “Many people will have been shocked by the stories of human trafficking and modern day slavery that have filtered through the news in recent months, but few of us know the extent of the problem or what we can do to help. This show offers an opportunity to find out more.”

The production presents the complex issues of human trafficking in an engaging and accessible format. Using a blend of theatre, storytelling, puppetry and music, it raises awareness of issues surrounding trafficking and slavery. The audience will go away with the knowledge that change is possible and armed with some simple practical steps to bring about change. Although thought provoking, the content is not graphic or offensive. The show is suitable for age 11 years-plus.

Tickets are free, but must be booked in advance via the diocesan website events page, towards the bottom of this link modern-slavery-show

Pictured - actors Michael and Becky Peacock in character for the show