BEDLAM - Birmingham Rep
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A celebration of the arts, mental health and wellbeing.

Sat 7 Oct – Sun 29 Oct
Broadcast,
by Sarah Taylor Silverwood
Community Gallery, mac Birmingham, Free

Tue 17 Oct, 7.30pm
A Positive Life
Autin Dance Theatre
Theatre, mac Birmingham £10/£9, 11+ 

Thu 19 Oct, 7.30pm 
Headz, 20 Stories High
Hexagon Theatre, mac Birmingham £5/£3, 13+

Thu 19 Oct, 8pm 
Small Nose Productions 
I Had A Black Dog ... His Name Was Depression, by Matthew Johnstone
The DOOR, Birmingham Repertory Theatre , £10

Fri 20 Oct, 6.30pm
Stereo Hype 2017 presents
From Noya
Hexagon Theatre, mac Birmingham, £5/£3

Fri 20 Oct, 8pm
My Beautiful Black Dog, by Brigitte Aphrodite
The DOOR, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, £10

Sat 21 Oct, 1pm & Sat 28 Oct, 1pm
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery presents 
State of the Mind: a guided tour of art and mental health
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, meet in Round Room, £3

Sat 21 Oct, 3pm & 8pm
Playing ON presents
Hearing Things, Written by Philip Osment. Directed by Jim Pope
3pm, Cube in the Square, Central Square/Precinct, off High Street Erdington - Pay as you think - Presented in association with Café Arts Gallery,Hearing Things,
8pm, The DOOR, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, £10

Sun 22 Oct, 11am - 4pm
BEDLAM Wellbeing Discovery Day
Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Mostly Free

BEDLAM Showcase in The DOOR: Drop in and out of the BEDLAM showcase of scratch, works in progress, rehearsed readings and developed pieces, £5 (all day ticket) 

  • 12noon Fierce presents To Care, by Louisa Robbins
  • 1pm Outspoken presents Hyped
  • 2pm  Women & Theatre present STUFF
  • 3pm The Boy Only We See. Written and Directed by Sam Holley-Horseman 

Sun 22 Oct, 3pm - 7pm
Fierce presents 
I'm Sick and Tired of being Sick and Tired, by Demi Nandra
Eastside Jazz Club, Birmingham Conservatoire, FREE

Tue 24 - Thu 26 Oct, 11am & 2pm
Half Moon Theatre presents 
The Girl And The Giraffe
Foyle Studio, mac Birmingham, £9 / £7 (£2 Babes in Arms), ages 3-6

Tue 24 Oct, 8pm
Lemn Sissay: Something Dark
Theatre, mac Birmingham, £15 (£13.50) 

Thu 26 -  Fri 27 Oct, 8pm & Sat 28 Oct, 2pm and 8pm
Birmingham Repertory Theatre presents
DELIGHTFULBy Olivia Winteringham
The DOOR, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, £10

Fri 27 Oct, 9am - 2pm
Arts and Wellbeing - A half day symposium examining the use of the arts in wellbeing and mental health

Uffculme Centre, Birmingham, £40/£20 

Fri 27 Oct, 2pm - 5pm
Mental Health First Aid Lite
Uffculme Centre, Birmingham, £10/£5, suitable for 16+

Fri 27 Oct, 2pm and 8pm
Sampad presents 
Kahaani (Story)
Foyle Studio, mac Birmingham, £5/£3 
 

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