4 episodes

Presented by 20 Stories High in association with Unedited.  Written by Luke Barnes. Directed by Nathan Powell.
With original beats, flowing melodies and poetry to stretch your mind and heart. CHOKKA follows the journey of 16-year-old Jem who is coming to terms with the world around them. How they fit into a community in which they feel other and what happens when love punches them in the gut.
20 Stories High Youth Theatre each give their own voice to Jem as well as weaving in their own personal reflections on love, jealousy, depression and friendship.

Suitable for ages 13 plus - Contains themes of mental health and strong language.
Accessible text transcript available at: https://bit.ly/36j7Xdx
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If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in the podcast, please visit Young Minds
 
This project was made possible thanks to Arts Council England, Children in Need, Paul Halmyn Foundation, The Foyle Foundation and the Backstage Trust.
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CHOKKA 20 Stories High

    • Performing Arts

Presented by 20 Stories High in association with Unedited.  Written by Luke Barnes. Directed by Nathan Powell.
With original beats, flowing melodies and poetry to stretch your mind and heart. CHOKKA follows the journey of 16-year-old Jem who is coming to terms with the world around them. How they fit into a community in which they feel other and what happens when love punches them in the gut.
20 Stories High Youth Theatre each give their own voice to Jem as well as weaving in their own personal reflections on love, jealousy, depression and friendship.

Suitable for ages 13 plus - Contains themes of mental health and strong language.
Accessible text transcript available at: https://bit.ly/36j7Xdx
Accessible visual transcript available at: https://bit.ly/2SvYbwF
If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in the podcast, please visit Young Minds
 
This project was made possible thanks to Arts Council England, Children in Need, Paul Halmyn Foundation, The Foyle Foundation and the Backstage Trust.
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    Episode 4 – Normal

    Episode 4 – Normal

    Feeling like their trust has been betrayed, Jem feels more alone than ever, but things aren’t exactly as they seem.
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    • 16 min
    Episode 3 – Rainbow Kitten

    Episode 3 – Rainbow Kitten

    Struggling to find answers in real life, Jem turns to the internet to try and find some understanding.
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    • 11 min
    Episode 2 – 4.48

    Episode 2 – 4.48

    Jem battles with who they really are and how they want people to see them.
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    • 9 min
    Episode 1 – Jafar Energy

    Episode 1 – Jafar Energy

    We meet our protagonist Jem, in Liverpool as they encounter someone that is about to change their world and take them on a journey of love.
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    • 20 min

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