Wednesday April 26, 7-9pm
Our friends at LGBT Health and Wellbeing are holding an evening of celebration for the launch of Glasgow’s new mental wellbeing service.
Everyone is welcome – it’s a chance to learn about the exciting new project and how you can get involved. Expect spoken word performances, film screenings, art-making, info-sharing, soft drinks and snacks.
The launch is at For Fika Sake cafe, 7 Keith Street, G11 6QQ . This venue is wheelchair accessible
Performance information will be updated as it’s confirmed – keep an eye out! Booking is preferred – so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 271 2330
Mel Reeve is an archivist and writer. She has contributed poetry to a variety of zines and publications, and recently had an essay published in 404Ink’s wildly successful Nasty Women anthology. She is also part of The Respite Room – a podcast and support project for people with anxiety (@therespiteroom). She lives in Glasgow with her enourmous cat and can be found on Twitter & Instagram @melreeve and through her websitePCDYT.tumblr.com