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.
Neu! Reekie – led by poets Kevin Williamson and Michael Pederson – are very much in demand, this year programming a summer mini-festival, Where Are We Now, for Hull City of Culture and an event to celebrate Trainspotting’s 21st birthday at Leith Theatre as part of the Edinburgh Fringe. Now, one of the UK’s most acclaimed and exciting artistic collectives is coming to Dundee.
Supported by Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, Dundee Literary Festival, and Creative Scotland.
VenueBonar Hall, University of Dundee
Park Place, Dundee DD1 4HN
£5 / £3
01382 386 995, literarydundee.co.uk