SICK! is back for 2019 and this Autumn we’re once again joining the festival to present a programme of local and international art all about mental and physical health.
The festival will be heading out across the city with 3 weeks of performance, exhibition and discussion exploring the question – What is the value of life? – from the three distinct perspectives of disability, end of life care and young people’s mental health.
During week 3 of the festival we are co-presenting 3 performances which explore young people’s mental health, Baby Fever, Wild Life FM and The Year My Vagina Tried To Kill Me.
Contact Young Company and Degasten: Baby Fever
If happiness can be bought, are milestones the new currency?
Created by Contact Young Company in collaboration with Theater Degasten, Baby Fever explores the relationship between milestones and materialism. In a world of depleting resources, how do people feel about having children? Can they afford to? Do they even want to?
Wild Life FM
A live radio show on how to discover yourself through music.
Exploring anxiety, identity and the need to forge our own place in the world, Wild Life FM creates a live radio show revealing how we discover ourselves through music.
Amy Vreeke: The Year My Vagina Tried To Kill Me
Martin Harris Centre
A frank and funny look at a life altering disease.
Through bluntly delivered jokes, captivating storytelling and a little help from the Gilmore Girls, Amy explores the taboos that surround women’s health and gives us an insight into a life with a chronic illness.
For more about SICK! Festival and to view the full festival programme head to sickfestival.com.