By Louise Pendry with Anstee Bridge
Four young people’s worlds collide as they wait for news of their friends. SCAR explores our relationship with our physical and mental health.
First performed in July 2019 at the National Archives, SCAR is part of a collection of plays made with Anstee Bridge. Students are invited to be part of the creative process. They collaborate with the writer, audition and rehearse the actions and undertake producing roles.
SCAR has since been performed at the Rose Theatre, Turing House, Heatham House, Kent Council Safeguarding Conference, and Kingston Hospital Nursing and Midwifery Conference.
Funded by Kingston Boys Club