THE POWER OF PERFORMANCE Part 1 | Friday 12th January, 2pm | Stage Two

An afternoon of talks and demonstrations, exploring how creative techniques can influence the relationship between masculinity and men’s mental health.

Speakers include Dr Roger Kingerlee (Senior Clinical Psychologist with a particular interest in male psychology, trauma and armed forces veterans’ mental health and recovery); and Luke Woodley (British army veteran who developed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and now works with other PTSD-affected veterans through The Walnut Tree Project).

Andy Wood (from the local MensCraft group) and Thomas Bailey (local actor and director) will talk about and demonstrate the use of drama techniques in group work with men.

Tickets are free, but must be booked in advance.

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THE POWER OF PERFORMANCE Part 2 | Thursday 25 January, 8pm | Stage Two

Alongside this afternoon event is a performance by local men, exploring issues related to mental health through drama.

Recruitment is taking place now – to take part please contact Andy Wood on 07584 253441 or email<>.

Tickets are £5 (£2.50 concessions)

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For more information on the whole Creative Matters season in January Click Here<> to visit the website.