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Thank you for donating towards towards the cost of the spring 2022 Theatre in Education play tours in schools in London/SE, Scotland and Oldham.

The play tours are also an expensive part of our work – but when broken down are really good value:

• £5 pays for one young person to attend a play performance and workshop

• £50 pays for a group of ten friends to see the play

• £150 pays for a class of 30 students

• £750 funds a complete performance, attended by an average of 150 students in a year group



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£1,500.00 target

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When

From 30th November 2021. Until 7th January 2022.

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The Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation from The Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation

The Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation is a drug and alcohol education charity that aims to support young people to make safe choices about drugs and alcohol and reduce harm. We do this through increasing understanding of the effects and risks, and helping to develop life skills and resilience. The Foundation was set up in January 2014 by Tim and Fiona Spargo-Mabbs in response to the death of their 16-year-old son Daniel having taken ecstasy.

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For further information visit the twitter feed.

  • Fri, January 28 2022, 2:12 PM : RT @qmgs_pshe: @qmgs1554 Parents are reminded to sign up in advance for the @foundationdsm parent webinar on drugs & alcohol, where you wil…
  • Mon, January 24 2022, 4:43 PM : @Well_DunnNathan Hi Nathan. I was really interested to read this because we're touring our TIE production of our Mark Wheeller play into schools in Scotland, including in Edinburgh, in Feb/March and I'd love to make contact and invite you to our showcase performance. Do DM!
  • Sun, January 23 2022, 6:49 AM : RT @WaldegraveSch: Following the workshop for parents, The Daniel Spargo Mabbs Foundation performed a play to Y10 about drugs and making sa…
  • Wed, January 19 2022, 5:54 PM : Thank you so much @MarlboroughCol for inviting us in to speak to so many of your students https://t.co/iq37XwHuw7