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Invitation to an anxiety arts event: 'DIE OR RUN: Policy, anxiety & stigma'

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Wolfson Lecture Theatre

King’s College London, Main Building, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience

16 De Crespigny Park

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SE5 8AF

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We are delighted to invite you to an exciting performance arts event focusing on clinical anxiety. While we all feel anxiety at some points, for some people it can be terrifying and debilitating. Anxiety disorders are the most common form of mental illness, and yet there is still stigma around anxiety.

Award winning dramatists Hannah Ringham and Glen Neath have worked with Dr Colette Hirsch, an anxiety expert at King's College London, to bring you ‘DIE OR RUN: Policy, anxiety and stigma’ a theatrical piece around the experience of debilitating anxiety, which is explored within a context of political policy and stigma.

The live performance has been developed through King's 'Arts in MInd' innovation scheme, and will be held in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre - IoPPN main building. The performance will be followed by a discussion and light refreshments.

'DIE OR RUN: Policy, anxiety and stigma' is a collaboration between King’s College London’s Department of Psychology, Hannah Ringham and Glen Neath, brokered and supported by the Cultural Institute at King’s.

This event is FREE but it is necessary to book a place. To book a ticket please Register

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Wolfson Lecture Theatre

King’s College London, Main Building, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience

16 De Crespigny Park

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United Kingdom

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