Thursday 12th December 2019

A Madlove Take Over – is back!

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A Madlove Take Over may be over but after an overwhelming response from visitors we’ll be opening up the space for a final pre-Christmas get together with chats, care and free Brickie Brews on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th December. You can find out more information about A Madlove Take Over, an arts festival for mental health, here

Artist, mental health activist and co-curator of A Madlove Take Over, James Leadbitter (aka. the vacuum cleaner) will be hosting some activities, see below for more info.

Join us between 11am – 6pm on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th in the Madlove Take Over Space, which is the old Argos store, Unit 2, The Hardshaw Centre, Church Street, St Helens, WA10 1EB.

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Friday 13th December

Join us in the Madlove Take Over Space from 11am-6pm for: 

All day – Time For Tea brews at the Together Table 

All day – Crafting and chatting in the Care Cafe

12pm/ 2pm – Chronicle One screenings, more info here. 

12pm – 4:30pm –  Chats and reflections around the Together Table 

4:30 – 5:30pm – Help us take down some of the art work (we need to return some of the work to the artists, we’ll be filling the space with work created by the St Helens community during November) 

6pm – Close

 

Saturday 14th

Join us in The Madlove Take Over Space from 11am-6pm for:

All day – Time For Tea brews at the Together Table   

12 – 4:30pm – Help us to prepare and install art works made during A Madlove Take Over to present in the windows.  

12 – 4:30pm – Chats and reflections around the Together Table. 

4:30 – 6pm – Join us for more chats, hopefully some dancing and lots of cake! 

6pm –  Close 

Photo credit: Stephen King

 

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