Past events - 2013

17 June
Mental Health Foundation

Hearing Things

A scratch performance of a new play in development by Playing On Theatre Company.

17 June
Vital Arts

Vital Arts invite you to a tour of the commissioned artworks and participation projects at the Royal London Hospital.  Highlights include installations by Peter Liversidge, Chris Watson, Bob and Roberta Smith, Morag Myerscough, Georgie

17 June
London Arts in Health Forum

We are delighted to announce that theatre maker and cultural commentator Bonnie Greer will deliver the second annual lecture to open the week on the evening of 17 June.

17 June, 18 June, 19 June, 20 June, 22 June
London Bubble Theatre

A series of free performances and conversations to mark creativity and well being week (and to show off our new building)

17 June, 18 June, 19 June, 20 June, 21 June, 22 June
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

A multi media outsider art exhibition from service users of the Margrete  Centre using creativity to replace  problematic substance use..

17 June
Key Changes

An opportunity to join an open rehearsal with mental health service users taking part in Key Changes' Music Performance Pathway.

17 June, 18 June, 19 June, 20 June, 21 June, 22 June
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity

SUSAN ALDWORTH: THE PORTRAIT ANATOMISEDProduced as part of a commission for Guy’s and St.

18 June, 19 June, 20 June, 21 June, 22 June
GV Art

Could I translate the physicality of the brain into an artwork? It would be the ultimate portrait of someone – made from the authentic marks of the physical brain itself. Susan Aldworth 2013

18 June
Carl Campbell Dance Company 7

 The Recycled Teenagers dance programme is a dynamic class designed exclusively for older people. Through the medium of  Contemporary Caribbean dance and music the members meet others, get fit and lively up themselves.

18 June
Architects for Health

The event will showcase creative works by practitioners in health: three collaborative partnerships will present their projects integrating art works with architectural design.  Speakers will include Sue Ridge, Guy Noble and Jane Willis