Birmingham – Mental Health Awareness Week: 8th – 14th May 2017

From Noya : filmBirmingham Mind in conjunction with other parties have a fantastic number of events taking place during Mental Health Awareness Week, and would love for you to join them.

Events include:

“Thrive” Open Mic Night on 9 May
@ OIKOS Café
58 High Street, Erdington
Birmingham B23 6RH

Open Mic music, Poetry and Cabaret night celebrating the power of performing arts 4R mental health.

Hosted by local Birmingham Artist “Call me Unique”
Free Entry with £2 suggested donation payable on the door.

For more information contact: Emma Marks, Community Development Worker on

You can download the poster here >


From Noya : film screening and panel discussion on 11 May
@ The Giant Screen
Millennium Point, Curzon Street
Birmingham B4 7BD

Mental Health Awareness Week brings you this Award Winning Short Film on Mental Health: From Noya.

Under the theme: Surviving and Thriving, this film explores the journey of a young woman battling a number of personal situations as well as Depression.

The event will be followed by a panel discussion including the Director Dan Anderson and hosted by Sandra Griffiths of Time To Change.

Watch Trailer via :

You can download the poster here >


Other events on 11 & 12 May
@ The Custard Factory
Gibb Street
Birmingham B9 4AA

  • Free Junk Modelling Workshop
  • Draw a label for a branch of Mind’s Surviving or Thriving Tree
  • Info stalls and Arts/Crafts activities at the Zellig Atrium space at the Custard Factory

If you’d like to know more about any of these events please contact Birmingham Mind on 0121 608 8001 or

You can download their full poster here >