All In Your Head

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Sunday 14th February 2021 at 7pm

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Presented by Lucy Dear

“She returns to the centre, leaning in close to the camera. She smiles a small smile and nods more assuredly than before. She’s made a decision. She turns and heads to the door. She opens it and goes to leave.

All In Your Head is one woman show based on real women’s accounts of coercive control and domestic abuse.

A live theatrical online experience.

With calls to domestic abuse helplines doubling since lockdown, this important performance will be followed by a panel discussion with survivors of domestic abuse and representatives from women’s organisations.

Click here to read our Post Show Support Pack, containing links to access support services if you or someone in your life needs them.

Supported by Arts Council England


The recommended viewing age is 14+

This performance includes real life accounts of domestic abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault and rape and touches on mental health issues.

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The company does not feel the performance contains any health warnings.

If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing James, our General Manager on [email protected]

About the company

All In Your Head is an Arts Council funded project conceived and directed by Lucy Dear and produced by Cheryl Ndione. The script is written by Safaa Benson-Effiom and performed by Naomi Sparrow. All In Your Head is designed by Anna Reid, with sound design by Helena Almeida and PR Management by Anny Ma. The team is supported by Lou Platt – Artist Wellbeing Practitioner. | Twitter: @lucy_dear & @AllInYourHeadUK| Instagram: @allinyourheaddear | #allinyourhead #redrosesnotredflags

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