INFORMATION & SUPPORT
This production, and the story of Heathers contains haze and loud noises including gunshots, flashing lights and strobe. There are also adult themes throughout with strong language, themes of bullying, murder, suicide, physical and sexual violence, homophobia, sexuality, and references to eating disorders.
The show also contains themes of empowerment, dealing with bullies, popularity, growing up, falling in love and teen angst, wrapped up in a musical theatre format that brings a lot of joy and prompts discussion.
Support services are available at a national and local level – this is not an exhaustive list, but is intended to provide you a place to start should you need further help or support.
In an emergency, if you or someone else is in danger, please call 999 or go to A&E.
If you need help urgently for your mental health, but it's not an emergency, get help from NHS 111 online or call 111.
Your mental health is as important as your physical health. You will not be wasting anyone's time.
If you need to talk to someone right now, there are people and services available listen and guide you at any time - these services are anonymous. You can:
- Head online to Hub of Hope to find your nearest mental health support and provider – hubofhope.co.uk Head to the Mind website – mind.org.uk
- Mind have online crisis resources, advice on how to help others in an emergency, and the Mind Infoline on 0300 123 3393 (call charges may apply) – you can ask about mental health problems, treatment options, welfare benefits, advocacy services and where to get help near you.
- Contact Samaritans - samaritans.org
You can call 116 123 for free, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (UK-wide)
Text SHOUT to 85258 (UK-wide) Call C.A.L.L. on 0800 132 737 (Wales only)
This page will be updated where possible with additional resources and suggestions where possible and does not replace the advice of qualified healthcare professionals