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Food for thought from Rothesay road safety play

The Theatre and Learning Company performed 'Better Late than Dead on Time' at Rothesay Joint Campus on March 10.

The Theatre and Learning Company performed 'Better Late than Dead on Time' at Rothesay Joint Campus on March 10.

 

The road safety dangers posed by drunk drivers, speeding motorists and even easily-distracted pedestrians provided plenty of food for thought at a play performed at Rothesay Joint Campus on Monday.

The play, ‘Better Late than Dead on Time’, was acted out by members of the Theatre and Learning Company and organised by Argyll and Bute’s youth services team - and while there was plenty of laughter for the audience to enjoy, there were lots of poignant moments too as the characters described the impact one thoughtless motorist, or even one pedestrian with his mind on other things, can have on many lives.

The play was followed by a workshop asking the audience to think about just a few of the things which can put the safety of drivers and pedestrians alike at risk - and just might have resulted in those attending the free event thinking a little bit more about their behaviour in their cars and on the pavements as they headed for home.

 

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