Inspiring Change - Sunday June 17th 2018 - Mitre Theatre, Trinity School, Croydon, Surrey - Evening
Sun, 17 Jun 2018
07:00pm - 10:00pm
Organiser: Mind Fitness Learning Ltd
Bastards in the Black Hole by Prospero Theatre
Bastards is the debut play of talented young writer Rebecca Riley, written in the physical ensemble style of Prospero. Ashley, a young performer, almost watches as her ambition and acute stage fright collide. So you’ve shut yourself in a costume cupboard with four mannequins and you can’t breathe. Where do you go from here?
The Terrible Unending Why’s by Trinity School
Two friends hooked on social media become famous in their own right. Heavily influenced by the adrenaline rush of the next like and the comments on the last photo posted, their journey of discovery is confused by a constant need for approval, until something greater and altogether more tragic happens. After the incident, one friend is left alone to pick up the pieces and try to understand what could have gone so horribly wrong.
Rational Self Interest by hashtag Josh Varty
An artist at the end of his career, and a world seen only through computer screens. What other choice is there but the most horrifying and dark? A stark and disturbingly funny look at the madness that is the mental health system.
When Daisies A talk by Mica Montana
A series of poems that explore identity, spirituality, mental health, diagnosis, healing and the transformational potential of depressive and psychotic episodes. The poet is a young psychologist at the forefront of her career who through her own lived experiences, learnt that sometimes those experiences we call 'breakdowns' are necessary for the 'breaking through' of self and soul.