Red Bridge Arts with NHS Lothian invite you to a performance of Titus as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Titus is the story of a 10 year-old boy on the edge – literally on the roof of his school – confronted by a situation that seems hopeless. He can either give up or fight.
A drama about telling big lies and small truths.
About pigs that fall in love.
About crows that talk.
About running away from grief and finding yourself.
Written by Jan Sobrie, English version by Oliver Emanuel
Directed by Lu Kemp, performed by Gavin Jon Wright
Winner of The People’s Choice Victor Award 2015
Runner up for the Scottish Arts Club Award 2013
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Following the performance we invite you to join the creatives and Mental Health and Wellbeing team members in a conversation about the show and the role of the arts in creating positive mental health.
Titus is Produced by Red Bridge Arts / This event is held in collaboration with NHS Lothian as part of 'A Sense of Belonging” Mental Health and Wellbeing Arts Programme.
Scottish Storytelling Centre
Fri 12 May
Full Price - 0.00
Start Time & Duration:
Friday 12th May 2017 - 14:00
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