We will soon be bringing you the blog from our most recent event in Lampeter on 22nd October, part of the wider Mental Health Arts Festival – Walls:Muriau 2016. In the meantime, we are honoured to be bringing you this guest post from a MaDCaff performer who came
So MaDCaff have a couple of events coming up that we’d really like our existing audiences to come along to and meet some new performers and experience MaDCaff in some great settings. First, we are at Theatr Soar (NB not the Soar Centre) on the 10th October, this
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
Well, back at Victoria Hall in Lampeter for a small but very diverse and interesting lineup, including Many Treasures, a Buddhist choir who sing songs in many languages with relish and gusto, a great way to kick off the gig. This was followed by some spoken word by Maj
MaDCaff returns to the Victoria Hall, Lampeter on Saturday 16th May, from 4.30pm til 7pm with what promises to be an eclectic and diverse line up of musicians, singers, poets and dancers. MaDCaff, Music and Dance Cafe is an open mic, and showcase cafe event with a difference.
MaDCaff celebrated its first birthday last Saturday in Newquay. MaDCaff is a monthly open mic, open cafe event happening across Ceredigion, which aims to raise awareness of mental health. Funded last year by Time To Change Wales, MaDCaff raises awareness of the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness. Performers included
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