Making an Impact with 'Too Much Punch'
Rochdale’s Impact road safety team engaged the Ape theatre company to perform Too Much Punch For Judy to Year 11s in High Schools across the borough.
Too Much Punch is the most performed short play to the late-teens age group in the UK. It’s an award winning drink-drive documentary drama which tells the true story of a young woman who kills her sister in an alcohol-related road accident.
After the performance the actors hold a workshop with the students, giving information and advice about alcohol and drugs.
For further information contact Jacqui Hogg on 01706 (92) 4654.
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