Anti-trafficking drama


undefinedRhema Theatre Company inspired the audience with �The It's Not Fair' drama about modern forms of slavery and human trafficking. Graham Evans, MP for Weaver Vale, described the show as as �a fantastic portrayal'.

Members of the youth group at St Peter’s church, Elworth, said the show was ‘inspiring’ and ‘moving’.

The Committee for Social Responsibility (CSR) organised the event, working in partnership with Frodsham Churches Together Against Trafficking.

Janice Mason, our Diocesan Director for Social Responsibility, said: “The production really made people think about how very important it is to protect people from trafficking – and how Christians can have a role in identifying and responding to the signs of modern slavery. We need to ensure that every human can flourish in dignity.”

The production took place at Frodsham Methodist church on Friday 16 October. It used a blend of theatre, storytelling, puppetry and music, to raise awareness of issues surrounding trafficking and slavery.

Pictured ABOVE – Stephen Pickett (left) of Frodsham Churches Together Against Trafficking (with actors Becky and Michael Peacock and Janice Mason. BELOW – Becky and Michael Peacock in costume for the show