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Rewire: Routing new ways of feeling, together

Created for and by young people, join an exciting day of workshops and positive conversations exploring mental health.

REWIRE will explore how creativity and culture can be a way for tackling the acute mental health crisis that young people are facing.

Get involved and be a part of the young voice changing mental health conversations.

The day will focus on the voices and stories of young people with a programme of participatory experiences, projects and workshops to ensure you leave feeling uplifted and rewired.

Discover the programme of activities happening at Rewire: a free day for young people on Saturday 24 February at Stanley Arts…

Urban Mindscapes: A Mixed Media Collage Workshop with Allie’s Art Club

Devising Theatre Workshop with National Youth Theatre

Creativity, Mental Health + Change Making with Creative Voices Collectuve

‘My Best Me’ Badge Making Station with Martin Eden

Mindful Mandalas with Blueskies Mindful Creatives

Knot + Natter Crochet Station with Boundless Theatre

Poetry Takeaway – Serving Personalised Poetry All-Day

Guided Conversations with Rewire Youth Advisory Group

Poetry Open-Mic + Writing Workshop with Toby Campion

+ free resources, crafts and pizza for everyone

Register now to reserve your place and be a part of this exciting day!

Produced by Boundless Theatre and Stanley Arts. Supported by The Mayor of London and the Baring Foundation.


Trigger Warning: Mental Health

This event may include discussions and presentations that address sensitive topics related to mental health, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, trauma, and other mental health challenges. The content shared may be triggering for individuals who have personally experienced or are currently dealing with mental health issues. On the day of the event if you find certain discussions uncomfortable or distressing, please feel free to go to the break out space, reach out to a member of staff or mental health first aider.