Catching up with 2018 in 2019

Catching up with 2018 in 2019

Somehow almost a year has passed by since our MadCaff in March 2018. It was a good show with lots of variety and fortunately I do have the pictures as a reminder of what happened as my memory is somewhat burned out. Marc Gordon, our favourite guitar virtuoso

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MaDCaff at L;ttle Sparks, Part 1 and Part 2

MaDCaff at L;ttle Sparks, Part 1 and Part 2

MaDCaff was delighted to be asked to be part of L;ttle Sparks, the first ever Welsh Mental Health Arts Festival. The Festival saw events across Wales from Cardiff to Caernarfon and many places in between. MaDCaff put on two events, one at Theatr Soar in Merthyr Tydfil and another at the National

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The MaDCaffers travel to MediaCityUk

The MaDCaffers travel to MediaCityUk

Apologies for the lateness of this entry. Both of us have been dealing with health issues since we got back from Salford (nothing to do with the trip). It’s shocking how fast time passes when you’re not having fun. But I really want to share with you, dear

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MaDCaff at Small World – yep, we’re back

MaDCaff at Small World – yep, we’re back

It was great to be back at Small World one year on from the start of MaDCaff. The event was well attended, with a diverse range of performers and performances. The Tom Gray Band opened the event with some lovely jazz covers, followed by Iain and Dixey, a

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MaDCaff at the Victoria Hall

MaDCaff at the Victoria Hall

At last, here’s the event report from our Lampeter MaDCaff – one day before the next event – see Facebook for details of that, but first enjoy the memories of our evening in the Victoria Hall, Lampeter. We had a great time at the Victoria Hall in Lampeter

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Yes, we are being noticed, and getting some interesting questions…..

Yes, we are being noticed, and getting some interesting questions…..

Last week Miranda and Rachel had a chat with Katherine Landergan who is a Graduate Journalism Student at City University, London, although she is actually from the other side of the pond. Katherine is writing about people with mental health conditions who have found unexpected  artistic benefits from seeing the

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