Street Talk is a cross community project involving young people from four communities in Northern Ireland.
Street Talk enables young people from Limavady, Derry-Londonderry, Magherafelt and Strabane to come together with their local police officers to address issues relevant to them in their own communities.
Law, order and policing, understanding the legal system, and breaking down barriers between communities are all addressed.
Young people to use the arts to discuss issues that affect them in their everyday life and communities. This give the chance to talk about and break down community relations issues felt by both communities with the aim of promoting friendships.
Street Talk provided an opportunity for the young people to meet with and share creative skills with their local neighbourhood PSNI Officers.
The Street Talk Project is funded by J Paul Getty Charitable Trust and BBC Children in Need.
For more information about The Playhouse Street Talk Project contact Elaine Forde at The Playhouse on (028)71268027.