All posts tagged with "Mental health"

Theatre Review: Her Not Him at Theatre 503

HER NOT HIM is the debut performance from new production company, Lughnacy Productions. Her Not Him is at Theatre503 above The Latchmere in Battersea until 3 February 2018. This is a play you do not want to miss.

I can't quite believe it is still January and there is even more LGBT theatre on in London. 2018 is off with a bang, and just two weeks after seeing Lobster at Theatre 503, I am back for another debut performance, this time Her not Him.

From the description, I was intrigued and looking forward to this performance. I wondered what scenario would lead to Bea being tempted away from Ellie. With so many people identifying more fluidly, it is good to see these stories on the stage.

Music Review - One Take by N Chyx

We were delighted when we heard that N Chyx had produced a track that was going to be used in several mental health campaigns. Firstly because it is a very important topic that finally seems to be getting the airspace needed to destigmatise it to encourage people to seek help rather than feel ashamed, but also because it is showcasing another talented LBQ woman in our community!

Wellness study of LGBT+ people

Women who identify as LBQ are at an increased risk of developing a common mental health problem such as depression or anxiety than their heterosexual cisgender peers.

LGBT History Month magazine

LGBT History Month is upon us!

Each year, there is a free magazine produced around LGBT History Month.

This year, the theme is religion, belief and philosophy.

National Student Pride highlights mental health

Each year National Student Pride chooses a theme that affects a large number of LGBT people. This year's theme is mental health.

Ultimate Planet and Student Pride Partner again for 2016

Ultimate Planet are delighted to announce that we will be working together with National Student Pride for another year!

Proud to support National Student Pride 2016

Ultimate Planet are delighted to announce that we will be working together with National Student Pride for another year!

Positive Change Arts - making a difference

Kerry Rush runs Positive Change Arts, a community organisation supporting the wellbeing of young women and men, in particular survivors of domestic and sexual abuse who have had interactions with the criminal justice system.

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