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!
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 […]
Just a reminder, the launch of Writing Begets Writing is tomorrow! In the Deloitte Room, Mac, Cannon Hill Park B12 9QH Readings of competition winners’ pieces along with the original writing which inspired them. Light Refreshments Writing Begets Writing A collection of new writing by mental health service users, inspired by the work of […]
You’re warmly invited to the launch of Writing Begets Writing on 6.30pm Wednesday 4 May 2016 In the Deloitte Room, Mac, Cannon Hill Park B12 9QH Readings of competition winners’ pieces along with the original writing which inspired them. Light Refreshments The Hearth Centre proudly presents our latest publication Writing Begets Writing A collection of […]
Revolving Door, Hearth’s play about young male suicide. We are holding an open dress rehearsal in the Lecture Hall at the Uffculme training centre 3.00-5.15 pm on Feb 10th 2016. Tickets are free but please book here to avoid disappointment as places are limited. To book follow this link to the shop! Uffculme Centre, Queensbridge Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8QY
See Hearth’s Artistic Director tread the boards again at Mac! This time in an exciting new play about Dementia. New End Theatre Beyond in association with Stage Productions Ltd presents DON’T LEAVE ME NOW by Brian Daniels Two rehearsed play readings, directed by Jeni Draper Cast: Brian Daniels, Shenagh Govan, Karen Spicer, Annie Swale, Polly Wright On Wednesday 1 July […]
“Since the day that I walked in to Polly’s Reading for Well-Being session, my life has changed” Eugene Egan, member of the Park Road Reading for Well-Being group, nominated Polly Wright – founder of The Hearth Centre – for a Depression Alliance Award in recognition of the life changing positive effects Reading for Well-Being has […]