Month: January 2018

Sophie Smith statement, Gorleston

Police have confirmed missing Gorleston woman Sophie Smith had left a note to her family outlining her intentions. The 21-year-old student, who went missing on Boxing Day, had been suffering severe anxiety and depression, which she had openly discussed with her mother and close family and friends, who had been supporting her. Sophie had also been receiving treatment for her mental health. Inspector Will Drummond said: “We know from speaking to her family that Sophie had previously spoken about her intention to enter the sea to take her own life. Sadly, we can also confirm that Sophie had left...

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Innovative Theatre Company Gives First Glimpse Of New Production

FRANKENSTEIN – JANUARY 31 A Norfolk theatre company renowned for taking on challenging work and giving it an immersive twist has announced details of its next production. And it is giving people a rare chance to glimpse the planning process for Frankenstein as part of a season of work aimed at highlighting the issues around men’s mental health. Norwich-based MoCo Theatre Company will be holding a workshop and open rehearsal of its version of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein at Norwich Theatre Royal’s Stage Two on Wednesday January 31 at 7.30pm as part of the theatre’s Creative Matters season. Joe Darbyshire,...

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