The Imagine Festival in Waterford is hosting a conversation on mental health entitled Mad Men in St. Patrick’s United Church, Waterford on Wednesday 22 October 2014 at 4:00pm. The conversation with singer songwriter Dylan Tighe and writer Michael Harding and chaired by Dr. Mark Rowe, will explore the stigma of being labelled “mentally ill”.
Both artists have written with insight and humour on the topic of mental health, be it in memoir, song or radio documentary.
The event is chaired by Dr. Mark Rowe, GP and instigator of the Prescription for Happiness seminars.
Admission is free. To book a seat phone 051 871111
For further information see http://imagineartsfestival.com/events/event/mad-men-conversation-on-mental-health-st-patricks-united-church/