Keep holding my hand – people with mental health issues

Keep holding my hand is a play made by people with and without mental health challenges. The play explores how positive experiences can be derived even from negative episodes, how lifelong friendship can counter hopelessness, and how it is essential that we join together to enable the voices of the vulnerable to be heard.

Our plays aim to build bridges between the performers and the audience and the intimacy and unusual shape of the venue will certainly help us achieve this.