Join the cast relaxing in the cafeteria of the Charles Hastings Education Centre. – After a great first performance of Revolving Door.
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A play about suicide and how to prevent itA Hearth Centre production in collaboration with the West Midlands Mental Health Commission. Please head over to our Shop for Tickets!
Join Polly and Jo Feldwick for a creative weekend at Mac exploring spring through visual art and writing! Please head to MAC website for more details. Tickets £49 (£40)
Hearth’s production of Revolving Door goes down a storm with GPs, psychiatrists and students this week! Hearth’s fantastic team get a great response for their production of Revolving Door about young male suicide. “Best education day we’ve ever had, say psychiatrists and GPs….”
A play about young male suicide. Please go to our Shop for tickets, and our Facebook Event to confirm attendance. 111 the Square, Unit 12, Broad St., Birmingham B15 1AS
Please follow the LINK for the RSPH website Date/time: Tuesday 24 January 2017 1pm (GMT) Speaker: Polly Wright Artistic Director of the Hearth Centre and visiting lecturer at the University of Birmingham. Chair: Stephen Clift PFRSPH, Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK The play’s the thing Wherein […]
Please be aware, this event has now cancelled! Please accept our apologies if you were planning on attending.
Join Hearth’s artistic director, Polly Wright, as she leads a reading group with a difference! Explore the craft of writing through sharing views and opinions on contemporary and classic fiction. Discussions of each book lead to creative writing responses. Books for the autumn term include Mark Haddon’s The Pier Falls, Jane Austen’s Love and Friendship, […]