He said he loved me

Eileen Fursland
Tuesday, January 7, 2014

A hard-hitting new play is touring schools and youth clubs to raise awareness of the grooming and sexual exploitation of young people. Eileen Fursland explores its impact in tackling this complex problem.

After the play, the actors return to the stage in character for a “hot-seating” session, which gives pupils the chance to quiz them and discuss the issues of child sexual exploitation. Picture: Howard Barlow
After the play, the actors return to the stage in character for a “hot-seating” session, which gives pupils the chance to quiz them and discuss the issues of child sexual exploitation. Picture: Howard Barlow

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