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A fully-funded immersive workshop exploring anxiety and depression featuring highly acclaimed theatre production, ‘A Pint Sized Conversation’, is taking place in both Falmouth and Newquay on the 16 of October.
This event takes place the same week as World Mental Health Day. It promises to be a powerful and unique opportunity to explore the issues surrounding managing anxiety and depression.
We are thrilled that the session will feature theatre production ‘A Pint Sized Conversation’. Presented by Dylan Frankland, Rosa Day-Jones, Tobias Grace and Katherine Lea. They describe A Pint Sized Conversation as ‘a piece about mental health and offering support. About not getting it right all the time. But trying.’
World Mental Health Day on 10 October seeks to raise awareness of mental health issues and to mobilise efforts in support of mental health. This workshop takes place just a few days later on 16 October and offers the opportunity to explore issues surrounding managing anxiety and depression in a dynamic and innovative way.
Reviews for A Pint Sized Conversation include:
‘One of the most informative, effective and inventive pieces of theatre I’ve ever seen’ London Theatre 1
‘It is totally human, and raw, and urgently, desperately necessary’ Upper Circle
The session will include an opportunity to discuss the themes raised by the performance and explore how best we can support those experiencing anxiety and depression. Lunch is included.
To book your place for the Falmouth session on the morning of October 16, please visit Eventbrite.
We hope you can join us. If you are not able to make this morning session, elements of the workshop will run again in the afternoon at the Headland Hotel, Newquay as part of the Newquay Business Week. If you are interested in joining us in the afternoon instead, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like more information and please see our attached flyer for more upcoming events this autumn from The REACH Cornwall Project.