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Upcoming Events

30 Sep 2019

Location: London, Covent Garden

Doors: 19:00 for a 19:30 start

Theme: Paranoia

Tickets: will be made available in August.

This event is free to attend but numbers are limited so tickets are only available on a first come first serve basis. If you would like to attend please contact us using the form below and we will send you information about how to secure your tickets.



Past Events

15 May 2019

Location: London, Covent Garden

Doors: 19:00 for a 19:30 start

Theme: Body Image.

Host: Liz Smith

“Spiralling” written by Katherine Harris, performed by Rachael Hinge (actor), Harriet Perkins (actor), Tom (drums), Dave Castell (drums).

“The Miseducation of Lauren Hill” performed Natasha Devon M.B.E

Extracts from “Stand Tall Little Girl” written and read by Hope Virgo accompanied by Rachael Hinge

“Naked Beach” hosts: Daniel Richards, Molly Forbes, Jsky

“A Stringless Bow Can’t Fire an Arrow” performed by Sean Houlihan

Dance performed by Omari Eccleston-Brown

“Scars” monologue performed by Ally Brett

“3 Little Birds” performed Natasha Devon, guitar Tom Remon

26 March 2019

Location: London, Covent Garden.

Theme: Panic Attacks & Depression

Host: Liz Smith

“Panic Attack” written by Maria Mendes, sound design by Liz Smith, performance art by Marta Carvalho

“30 Minute Meal” and “My Therapist Is Called Sue” written and performed by Tim Fletcher.

“Live Through This And You Won’t Look Back” written and performed by Jacquelyn Guderley

“11 Minutes” and “Nurse Made Man” written and performed by Rick Dove

“Helping Hand” written and performed by Neil Avery

“Talk It Out” written by Neil Avery and Nigel Planer, choral accompaniment written by Suzy Davis, choir Angels of Kaos

Produced by Jon Salmon, Maria Mendes, Liz Smith


26th November 2018

Location: London, Covent Garden.

Theme: Intrusive Thoughts

In November 2018 we hosted our inaugural What’s Going On In Your Head? event. It came about through the The Secret Illness project. The theme was intrusive thoughts which led into a frank and revealing discussion about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It was off the back of the success of this event that the decision to made to make it an on going initiative that could explore many different aspects of the secret inner workings of the mind. This event was turned into an episode on the Secret Illness podcast.