What's Going on in Your Head? Presents #BeTheLight

Course Dates: 12/10/22
Time: 15:00 - 16:00
Location: Keeley Street
A stigma-busting hard-hitting audio visual experience from What’s Going On In Your Head? directed and edited by Liz Smith. Featuring performances from artists including Shocka, SK Shlomo, Hyphen and The Castell Brothers. Find out how you can #BeTheLight to help someone out from the dark. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion hosted by co-founder and producer of the film Jon Salmon, along with Shocka and other contributors involved in this project. This event is part of the 2022 Mental Wealth Festival hosted by City Lit and partners.
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Course Code: EVMWF06

Wed, day, 12 Oct - 12 Oct '22

Duration: 1 session

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What is the course about?

Join us for an exclusive screening of #BeTheLight followed by a panel discussion hosted by What's Going On In Your Head? co-founder and producer of the film Jon Salmon, along with Shocka and other contributors involved in this project.

Jon Salmon is an award-winning video executive producer, a digital pioneer and co-founder of branded entertainment agency Byte Entertainment. Jon is one of the directors of the Speakers Collective, challenging stigma and facilitating important conversations. Jon Co-produces What’s Going On In Your Head, exploring the secret inner workings of the mind through performance art and discussion. Jon is a trustee for Let’s Talk About Loss a charity for young people who have been bereaved and Co-Chair & Champion Time to Change Waltham Forest.

Kenneth Erhahon, better known by his stage name Shocka, is a rapper and mental health advocate from Tottenham, London. He gained recognition for being one/third of Grime collective Marvell alongside Double S and Vertex. After dealing with mental health issues himself, Shocka became a Mental health advocate to help those with their own problems with his music. He has since aimed to raise awareness of mental issues and has been a speaker on TED and a guest on numerous talk shows.

Launching on World Mental Health Day, City Lit’s eighth Mental Wealth Festival is taking place from 10th-14th October and will focus on the importance of time and how we spend it. For more information visit our Mental Wealth Festival .

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