Play explores modern slavery and human dignity
Award-winning theatre company Ten Ten gave a powerful performance of ‘Grace’ at St Benedict's, a one-woman play about child exploitation and human trafficking.
The play helped Year 11 to explore modern slavery, human dignity and the problem of pornography, as part of their PSHE programme.
Ten Ten Theatre, which works in schools throughout the UK, has an underlying Christian ethos rooted in the Catholic tradition. The name ‘Ten Ten’ is derived from the scripture passage John 10:10, “I have come that you may have life, life to the full.” Through all of its work, Ten Ten aims to enable participants to “live life to the full.”