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The Girl From St Agnes, Showmax’s first original drama, raises some tough, yet topical, issues. As the storyline unfolds, we realise that behind the facade of a posh private school, where everything’s perfect and everyone’s safe, lurks a nest of monsters.

The show features scenes with violence, sexual assault, harassment, bullying and cyberbullying.

Many viewers will find these stories all too familiar. If you find them distressing, you may wish to speak to a professional about how you or someone you know can get help with similar problems.

If you’ve been affected by the issues raised in The Girl From St Agnes, the following organisations can help:

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