SOSAD bring suicide awareness play to town
Published 18/09/2013 | 17:09
A PLAY which looks at the issue of suicide in a sensitive and thought-provoking manner comes to An Tain Theatre, Dundalk Town Hall next Tuesday, September 24, at 8 p.m.
A play which looks at the issue of suicide in a sensitive and thought-provoking manner comes to An Tain Theatre, Dundalk Town Hall next Tuesday, September 24, at 8 p.m.
'Bring Me Back Alive', staged by Tobar Na Run Theatre Company, is being brought to town by SOSAD (Save Our Sons and Daughters) as part of a campaign to raise awareness about suicide.
Written by Patricia McCann, the play is set in a youth centre in modern day Dublin. It highlights some of the warning signs to watch out for, focuses on the need for far more Mental Health Services in order to deal with this escalating crisis and deals with the devastating affect that suicide has on family and friends.
The play aims to show that there is hope, there is an alternative. It is written in as lighthearted way as possible in order to give hope to those who need it the most. The cast features Joan Pierce, Jessie Morris-Toolen, JasmineBrady, Tony Coloe, Jack Gavin, Courtney Black, Klye Bradley-Donaldson, and Aaron Lockhart.
Tickets, priced €15, are available from the box office, 042 9392919.