Lessons in life for Leeds’s teenagers

Nicola Etoria performs Fix This at Woodkirk Academy. PIC: Simon Hulme

Nicola Etoria performs Fix This at Woodkirk Academy. PIC: Simon Hulme

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teenagers are being given a dramatic lesson to help them learn how to cope in a crisis.

Fix This, which has been penned by local playwright Emma Adams, is touring schools across Leeds throughout November to address the issue of self-harm.

The performance, which will be showcased to around 3,000 teenagers, raises difficult questions about the experiences of young people and parents and carers who are coping with teenagers in crisis.

The tour is being funded by NHS Leeds South And East CCG project.

Date: 23rd June 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
Leeds marketing firm Banana Kick, based at The Engine Room, Roundhouse Business Park, Grainers Way, Leeds, have encouraged staff to bring their dogs to work on Bring a Dog to Work Day.
Pictured Sasha Russell, with 'Hetty', her Miniature Dachshund at her work station.

Dogs take up their desks for a day’s work