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Red Hands Screening

Cannon Hill Park, Queen's Ride, Birmingham, West Midlands, B12 9QH
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Film Screening of 'Red Hands' by Francesco Filippi, followed by panel discussion on youth mental health. The film celebrates the power of imagination to enable growth and redemption. Screening co-hosted by project PERFECT and the Institute for Mental Health. Part of the Arts and Science Festival 2019. The film is suitable for young adults (12+). After the screening there will be a panel discussion with experts in youth mental health including: Michael Larkin, clinical psychologist at Aston University; Bonny Astor, discussion group facilitator who leads philosophy and mental health discussion groups in the wellbeing centre of a London prison; Gemma Hickman and Lucy Wright, experts by experience.

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Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

By bus:
1: From Five Ways, Egbaston, Moseley and Acocks Green. The no 1 stops right outside MAC on Edgbaston Road.

35: From City Centre, Balsall Heath, Moseley and Kings Heath. The no 35 stops just around the corner from MAC on Willows Road.

45/47: From City Centre (Carrs Lane), Selly Park, Stirchley, Cotteridge and Kings Norton. The buses stop on Pershore Road, five minutes walk from MAC.

x61/63: From City Centre (Carrs Lane and Smallbrook Queensway), Rubery, Rednal, Gannow, Northfield and Selly Oak.

All three buses stop ten minutes walk from MAC on the Bristol Road, near the Priory Road/Bristol Road traffic lights.

Tel: 0121 414 7045

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Opening Times

18 June 2019
DayTimes
Tuesday18:00 - 20:30

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