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Layers of my Mind 2 © Tim Iliffe

1st - 31st October

10.00 - 17.00

(Monday to Saturday)

Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead

Tickets Direct From Ucheldre

(Exhibition is Free to attend)

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Layers of my Mind 3 © Tim Iliffe
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Layers of my Mind 1 © Tim Iliffe
Ruins of Talgarth by Blackwood Little Theatre
This play is based on a true story. Jean has been committed at the age of 18 to the lunatic asylum in Talgarth ( known as ‘The Bin’) at the insistence of her husband, William.  We try to understand what that experience might have been like  for Jean and the reasons that her husband “put her in the bin”. P1110563
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P1110603 Blackwood Little Theatre was formed in 1929 and has been serving its patrons with high quality theatre ever since. It has its own premises in the town, which it owns and maintains itself. Blackwood Little Theatre produces at least 5 productions a year, as well as competing in One Act Festivals. Over the past 10 years, the theatre has been the proud recipient of 35 awards, including the Gwent Festival of One Act Plays, The IATA Liverpool (Nova Scotia) International Festival award for best new play (Fancying Sheep) and the 2008 Wales Final for Last Tango in Blackwood and the again in 2012 with Biscuits. BLT has represented Wales at International Festivals in Canada on 3 occasions and is pleased to be taking part in this festival raising awareness of mental health and women's issues. logo-01
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Screening of 'Girl Interrupted'

In partnership with Ynys Mon and Gwynedd Mind - Screening followed by Q&A with guest panel

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David R Edwards – Datblygu - Evening Film Screening Q & A and Discussion (@ Galeri or Pontio)

Welsh Musician David R Edwards of Datblygu band and his struggle with mental illness. David will work with Ynys Mon and Gwynedd mind on a new short film to be screened as part of the festival where he will talk about his experiences of mental illness and how music has helped with his wellbeing.
(Portrait by Malcolm Gwyon)

Guest Panel

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Hannah Magill

Scottish Film Critic, writer for Sight and Sound Magazine and former Edinburgh Film Festival Director

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Ken Loach

via Quotes

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David Crystal

Welsh writer and linguist

Ynys Môn & Gwynedd Mind

 Tickets, £5 from Canolfan Ucheldre Centre 

01407 763361