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Summary

Mad Pride is about voicing the unspoken, the extremes of thoughts from despair to euphoria and breakdown to breakthrough. Mad Pride’s vision is to use art and culture to break down the barriers around mental health.

Bringing together community groups and artists to collaborate on creative projects using a variety of media – it will build a movement of solidarity and celebration around mental health.

Culminating in the Mad Pride Festival which will tell the world about our mental health, our talents and our city the emphasis will be on visual spectacle, puppets, parades, live art performances and exhibitions popping up in the most unlikely places across Hull.

Puppetry Workshops

4 July, 11 July, 18 July, 25 July, 11am-2pm. Free. The Pennine Rambler, Pennine Way, North Bransholme.

Open to all, just show up on the day.

Breaking Free

Exhibition opening: 14 July, 6pm.
17 -21 July, 24-28 July, 9am-5pm. Free. Springbank Community Centre, HU3 1BX.

An exhibition tackling ideas of imprisonment, madness and liberation. You can submit your artwork by contacting madpridehull@gmail.com.

Date Time Price  
Fri 21 Jul 9.00am Free  
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Mon 24 Jul 9.00am Free  
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Tue 25 Jul 9.00am Free  
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Tue 25 Jul 11.00am Free  
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Wed 26 Jul 9.00am Free  
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Thu 27 Jul 9.00am Free  
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Fri 28 Jul 9.00am Free  
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Venue

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