The Witches: Content, Advice and Guidance
This show contains moments of bright flashing lights, loud noises and smoke effects.
It contains themes of menace, threat, bereavement and death.
Support for Children and Young People
The following organisations offer support for children and young people experiencing bereavement:
Books for children about death and bereavement
by Talya Bruck (Independently published. ISBN 979-8744846633)
Silo the lion cub has lost his grandfather due to the illness on the Savanna, El the wise elephant helps Silo explore and manage his grief. Written by a drama therapist with some creative activities for adults to use with children.
Muddles, Puddles and Sunshine
Your Activity Book to Help When Someone Has Died by Diana Crossley and Kate Sheppard (Hawthorn Press, April 2001)
Offering activities to help children process their grief through a structured outlet.
The Burst Balloon
Helping Children Understand Grief and Loss by Cher Louise Jones and Lee Dixon (Feisty Kids, October 2022)
A tale for young children experiencing grief at the loss of a loved one.
Lost in the Clouds
A gentle story to help children understand death and grief by DK and Tom Tinn-Disbury (DK Children, May 2021)
A book which explores grief and dealing with emotions, written in collaboration with a grief professional.
Support for Adults