LITTLE ED FRINGE FESTIVAL
Thu 9 – Sat 11 May, All Day (various times)
Proudly presented by Furthest from the Sea Music, Comedy & Arts CIC, Little Ed brings the unexpected to Derby, programming new work and scratch shows in venues across the city while promoting positive conversation about mental health.
Follow @FurthestFromSea on social media, or get in touch to get involved!
Orange Tree, George Street, DE1 1EH
Mon 13 May, from 7pm
A special event to raise awareness of Mental Health. The night will feature sets from Official DCFC Poet Jamie Thrasivoulou Poet, True Colours, Pippa Nayer, Lottie_Poet & More TBC & An Open Mic section to start the night!
Admission is FREE but they will be passing around a bucket to donate to a chosen Mental Health Charity
Quad, Market Place, DE1 3AS
Wed 15 May, 7pm—9pm
Come along to the Happy Café where you’ll find a warm welcome for anyone who is interested in happiness and wellbeing.
Join them for a drink and a friendly chat and help us make Derby a happier place.
For more information visit www.actionforhappiness.org
REMEDIES AND REASON
DEDA, Chapel Street, DE1 3GU
Thu 16 May, from 6.30pm
Remedies and Reason explores a deeper, more personal view of what wellbeing means to individuals, with intent to serve as a reminder that we all have our own view of what it means to be well.
Join them to celebrate the opening of this exhibition. Free to attend and everyone is welcome!
WELLBEING WALK AND TALK
Meeting at the Old Library, Wardwick, DE1 1HS
Fri 17 May, 9:30am
Wellbeing walk run by BBC Radio Derby, with a riverside walk, wellbeing talks and bibliotherapy. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend