Following a performance at the Good Day at Work conference in June 2018, we received numerous enquiries from businesses about the possibility of using 31 Hours as a corporate training tool.
One of the key things about the play was spreading the message that mental ill health in the workplace can be catastrophic not just for those who are dealing with it, but for countless others.
It is with great excitement that we would like to announce that we will be working with Roberston Cooper on the development of new training programme based on the play.
The piece will retain the theatricality of the written play but also offer insight into the stimuli for writing theatre on mental health and how art can influence change.
The original 2017 production of 31 Hours was endorsed by the British Safety Council and the Campaign Against Living Miserably.
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