BEYOND THE BINARY: STORIES FROM TRANS & NON-BINARY PEOPLE
What’s it like to live as a transgender or non-binary person in Nigeria, Pakistan, Scotland or Russia?
The National Theatre of Scotland’s Adam World Choir is a digital community of transgender and non-binary people around the globe. Together with the Mental Health Foundation and Freight Books, they are creating a new book of first person accounts by transgender and non-binary people worldwide. These are fascinating, moving, sometimes harrowing tales, stories about survival, hope, joy and endurance and finding a place to call home.
Join us for an exclusive preview of the book at this special SMHAF event, presented in partnership with Dundee Literary Festival, Freight Books and the National Theatre of Scotland.
Supported by Creative Scotland.
What does it mean to be mentally healthy in a world gone mad? Neu! Reekie!, “Scotland’s favourite avant-garde noise-makers” (The Skinny), have been invited by Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF), in partnership with Dundee Literary Festival, to curate a night of words, music and film that explores what kind of art we need in an age of anxiety.