Announcing First Fortnight 2015!

The First Fortnight arts and mental health festival is back and Mental Health Reform is proud to be a festival partner again.

The 2015 programme includes music, film, theatre, spoken word, debate and visual art events. Mental Health Reform is sponsoring two events as part of the festival and we hope to see you there!

Sunday 4th January 2pm, Meet at the Grafton Street entrance to St Stephen’s Green: Co-Motion, a musical walking experience. Simply bring along a playlist of the four songs that mean something to you and prepare to share! Free event. More details and booking.

Friday 9th January 5pm, Dublin Chamber of Commerce, a discussion evening in association with the Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists (IACAT) with talks on music and art therapy and recovery. Chaired by Shari McDaid, Director of Mental Health Reform. Free event. More details and booking.

For the full festival programme, see

We hope to see you there! Please reserve your place directly with the First Fortnight team at the links above.

Volunteering at the festival: If you’d like to help out at the Mental Health Reform events on 4th and 9th January, let us know. You can contact Lara on


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