On 15 November 2021, 602 days after we had to cancel our last in-person show, we will be back live on stage in London’s soho at The Martinez exploring the subject of ‘fear’ through performance art and discussion with rapper Shocka, writer Giles Addison, actor Sacha Mandel, writer Rupes and singer/songwriter Sara Page.
The Martinez, 49 Greek Street, London
15 November 2021. Doors 7pm for 7.30pm start.
It is a free event but tickets are limited so book your place now.
On World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2021, we announced the release of our shiny brand new podcast that we’ve been busy making over the last year. It is populating onto the major podcast platforms now. Be sure to subscribe to it so you don’t miss an episode.
Season 1 is made up of 6 episodes that will be dropping into your podcast feed fortnightly. Performers featured in Season 1 include Jon Tilley, Jonny Benjamin, Giles Addison, Jon Downes, Laura Campbell, Chris Tait and Ceri Ashe interviewed by What’s Going On In Your Head? producers Maria Mendes, Rupert Eyles, Jon Salmon and Liz Smith. Each episode has been directed, edited and hosted by Liz Smith and engineered by Kim Halliday who also composed ‘the music jingly bits’.
One of the things we love about What’s Going On In Your Head? is ‘the ripple effect’. Often performers on the show go one to collaborate with people they met at the show. An example of that is singer/songwriter MIRI who performed Somebody Save Me at our Addiction themed show. That night, our show host, Liz, fell in love with her song which happened to be a perfect fit for her documentary and so it is now on the soundtrack of the film I Am Gen Z. The music for the film has been composed by Kim Halliday who is also part of the What’s Going On In Your Head? production team.
I Am Gen Z will have its UK premiere on 4 November 2021 at Genesis Cinema at the Raindance Film Festival. Tickets are now available so please come along to show your support and celebrate its release with Liz and Kim.
On 3 November, the night before the premiere, five of the musicians from the film’s soundtrack, including MIRI, will be peforming sets at The House of Raindance on The Strand. Anyone with a House of Raindance pass will be able to attend but they will also be releasing one off ‘evening-only’ tickets for the event too, so watch this space and grab a ticket when they go live.