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Don’t miss the “utterly transfixing” Late Company

Here at CALM, we’re lucky to work with some incredible people who use art, in this instance theatre, to talk about suicide prevention.

The Late Company – a critically acclaimed play written by Jordan Tannahill – is a fine example of this, and we’re proud to be supporting it during a run at London’s Trafalgar Studios (ending September 16).

Having picked up rave reviews from the likes of the Telegraph, the Times, Time Out and the Standard, the play is written with sensitivity and humour, and explores restorative justice, cyber bullying, and the ever-changing complexities of parenthood in the 21st century.

The hard-hitting production is sensitive and smart in confronting its themes, and director Michael Yale told Broadway World: “I don’t remember ever working on a show before when all the cast and production team have become so involved on such an emotional level, myself included.”

Micheal, along with leading actors Lucy Robinson and David Leopold, discussed the extensive care and research that went into the play in a post-show panel with CALM.

For more information on the play and to grab your tickets to what the Telegraph called “utterly transfixing”, head to the Late Company website

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