It’s All In Your Head

Dates and Times

Sat 18 Feb at 4pm

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Ticket information

Free - booking essential

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Part of The Sick of the Fringe programme, running at four venues across London – CPT, Wellcome Collection, The Place and Conway Hall on Fri 17 – Sun 19 Feb. Browse the full programme here.

Presented by Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre and Drunken Chorus

Please note, this event takes place in CPT’s basement space which regrettably, isn’t currently wheelchair accessible.

A double-bill of short solo performances around themes of mental health, from two emerging female artists.

As part of the project Drunken Chorus have created a new solo performance – Love and then Lighthouses – as well as mentoring five young female artists from Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre. You can see the work of the other three young artists alongside Love and then Lighthouses on Sunday 19 February – click here for info and booking.

Supported using public money from the National Lottery through Arts Council England. With additional support from Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre, through their Progression programme (funded by Arts Council England and Keolis Amey Docklands).

Artists: Holly Clark and Caldonia Walton

Find out more about the work and process of all the artists here. 

@GLYPTatTramshed @DrunkenChorus

This event will be British Sign Language interpreted.

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