Project Arts Centre hosts

Theatre

FIRST FORTNIGHT 2016

Dates: 06 Jan - 09 Jan

We’re delighted to welcome First Fortnight back to the Big Blue Building!

First Fortnight runs a national mental health and wellness arts festival at the beginning of each new year aimed at challenging mental health stigma, education and awareness.

This year, we play host to two theatre performances:

Overshadowed - Theatre at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
Overshadowed
A moving and insightful piece to provoke compassion and debate around the subject of eating disorders

Big Bobby Little Bobby - Theatre at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
Big Bobby. Little Bobby.
A twisted, tender comedy about bringing your demons to life

First Fortnight is also a mental health services provider; in 2013, they launched a centre for creative therapies employing a number of psychotherapists with the support of HSE and philanthropic funding.

For more on First Fortnight, visit their website.

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