Performances

Can I Help You? Playing ON – until 21 March 2020

Examining how race, gender and profession intersect with issues of mental health, Playing ON are presenting the world premiere of their late co-founder Philip Osment’s final play, Can I Help You? at Omnibus Theatre.  

Maggie May, Queen’s Theatre – 14-28 March 2020

Former Brookside neighbours Eithne Browne and John McArdle have been cast in a new play by award-winning writer Frances Poet that shines a light onto the experiences of living with dementia. The play was originally commissioned in 2017 as part of Leeds Playhouse’s award-winning Every Third Minute Festival, an innovative seven-week collaborative festival of theatre, dementia and hope co-curated by people living with dementia and their supporters.

Rebel Boob, Reigning Women – 13 March 2020

A performance about breast cancer… except it’s not really about breast cancer

The Art of Ageing Artfully, Midlands Art Centre – 5 February 2020

This event, produced by Midlands Arts Centre on behalf of The Baring Foundation and Arts Council England, will explore the role of creativity, arts and cultural change in the experiences of growing older and ask if a medical model of old age can address the creative and cultural realities of our lives. It will offer insights from 10 years of research and experiment and provokes questions that affect all of us.

What is Health? Perspectives from Contemporary Art and Medicine, The Royal Society of Medicine – 28 November 2019

Reforming Anatomy and the RSM Students Committee will bring an inspiring and thought-provoking evening to the RSM

Weight Wait, Blue Elephant Theatre – 25 October 2019

Choreographer Caldonia Walton and collaborator Katharine Richardson have developed a new dance theatre work exploring mental health.

Love Unspoken, Spare Tyre in association with Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch – 2-5 October 2019

Succeeding acclaimed shows Once Upon a Time (2011) and The Garden (2015), Spare Tyre, one of the UK’s leading participatory theatre companies, will debut Love Unspoken this October at Queens Theatre Hornchurch

Choir performance, Trust Harmonix, Brunel Museum - 30 March

Concert and a Cuppa with Trinity Laban Musical Theatre - 4 April

Have you ever been to a concert and wished you knew more about the music played or its composer? Are you interested in coming to listen to live music for the first time and meeting new people?  Trinity Laban are putting on a programme with songs from musicals, a talk and a cuppa. 

MED Festival London - 9-12th May 2019

A four day festival in London looking at medicine through a diverse programme of experiences, exhibitions, talks and activities. From behind the scenes tours of hospitals and specifically curated exhibitions, to talks from world experts and hands-on technology demonstrations.

For more information: http://medlondon.org/

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