The 2017 festival explores the theme of Reclaim, with over 300 events taking place across Scotland from 10–29 October.
Next On: Tue 24th Oct
SMHAF HIGHLAND ANNUAL GATHERING
Join us for a celebratory night featuring short films, storytelling and poetry readings, prepared especially by Highland voluntary organisations and community groups. It’s always a fantastic evening and offers a great opportunity for networking.
Now in its fifth year, Out of Sight, Out of Mind is a collaborative exhibition of over 100 artworks in various media, created by people who are using the arts to express themselves in relation to their experiences of mental health issues.
We are delighted to invite you to a highlight event in our 2017 programme, our annual Writing Awards in partnership with Bipolar Scotland. The evening will showcase excellent work, exploring the theme of 'Reclaim', from writers across Scotland and beyond.
The exciting event will take place at St George's Tron Church of Scotland in Glasgow from 6.30-8.30pm on Thursday 26th. Tickets are free and there will be a reception following the event. You can book tickets here.
Now in its fifth year, this annual evening of live music features some of the most exciting artists in Scotland. This year’s line-up includes Adam Stafford, The Eastern Swell and Jonathan Pennington-Twist, plus a DJ set from Jeremy Thoms (The Cathode Ray).
This dynamic and powerful West End style musical tells the story of Esther, a young refugee who makes a huge difference in her nation. Directed by Murray Watts, the show concludes by highlighting the plight of refugees living through crises in the world today.
“I said I’d never make a show about having cancer. This is a show about having cancer. Two years ago, aged 30, I was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma, a type of blood cancer. This is part of the story, but It’s Not Over Yet.”