TIE production delivers drug drive message
Camden’s road safety team used Road Safety Week to deliver a drug drive message to around 750 pupils aged 14-17 years.
The team co-ordinated a tour of the ‘WASTED’ anti- drug drive production at secondary schools across the borough, between 23-29 November.
The 50-minute performance is a blend of live theatre and documentary footage. Everything is set for a Friday night to remember, but things takes a tragic turn when 'Andy' crashes his car en-route to the club. Friendships are tested as the group struggles to deal with the consequences of an ‘accident’ that should never have happened.
Linda Davis, a teacher at South Camden Community School, described Wasted as 'the best piece of road safety theatre she has seen in her many years hosting road safety at her school'.
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