Based in Wales and Bristol, Softsod Productions specialise in unique, thought-provoking and moving drama for theatre. We pride ourselves on original scripts and strong and relevant themes to raise awareness about mental ill health, including emotional conflict, the human condition and our instincts for survival. We focus heavily on a well crafted, meaningful plot, creative directing, outstanding performance and high quality production.
Our first play Fragile Man was a huge success, playing to packed houses in Bath and Edinburgh at the world renowned Festival Fringe. Our latest, original psychological drama UnSpoken is to follow in the footsteps of Fragile Man and play the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018. Click here for details of up and coming performances.
Help to Fund Softsod
We know that there are many good causes vying for your attention and support, so why us? Last year we wrote and produced a play called Fragile Man which focused on male suicide. It’s an issue that needs talking about to ensure more help is given to those suffering with poor mental health and their families. This year UnSpoken has a similar theme, raising the profile of childhood abuse and the need for more support and help for victims. Both plays highlight the pervasive impact of the silence that surrounds mental health issues, often accompanied by feelings of shame. We are already working on a number of other projects aimed at highlighting connected issues to #MentalHealthMatters.
We believe by making dramas aimed at raising the profile of #MentalHealthMatters we can help to stimulate debate, highlight the need to talk, break the silence, tackle the shame, combat the stereotypes and ultimately help take the lid of the issues that remain unspoken.
To make a pledge simply email us on email@example.com with the amount you would like to pledge and we will email by return to give you the details about how to pay and offer a reward. For large pledges over £500 this may include a free showing of our latest play, subject to conditions.
Our sincere thanks!
The Softsod Team