Tue Apr 23 2024 at 07:30 pm to 09:30 pm

The Station, Silver Street | Bristol

5x15 Bristol
Publisher/Host5x15 Bristol
5 speakers, 15 minutes each ! Feed your curious minds.
About this Event

Join us for our Spring 5x15 line up at The Station on Tues 23 April and hear an incredible and eclectic line up of speakers on everything from mental health to birth behind bars.

Former mental health nurse and Costa prize award-winning author Dr Nathan Filer considers the cultural impact of psychiatric diagnoses. Are we becoming more unwell or simply more inclined to interpret our feelings through a medical lens?
International DJ and diversity consultant NGAIO will discuss representation and diversity in the music industry and how to maintain a people led approach in a capitalist society.
Naomi Delap, Director of national charity, Birth Companions, will speak about the long, scandalous history of imprisoned pregnant women and mothers.
Actor and poet, the former Children's Laureate of Wales Connor Allen will talk about the power of second chances and how a single event in his teenage years changed the fabric of who he is and opened a door to empathy.
Dr Lily Dunn will be discussing the friendships and documentary that came out of her debut nonfiction, Sins of My Father: A Daughter, A Cult, A Wild Unravelling, which was The Guardian Best NonfictionBook, 2022

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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

The Station, Silver Street, Silver Street, Bristol, United Kingdom


GBP 7.50 to GBP 15.00

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