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mac (Hexagon Theatre)

Queen's Ride

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An interactive and informal event to explore the role and impact of arts projects in secure mental health settings.

Geese Theatre Company are hosting this event as part of their 30th Birthday year.

The event will include a rare opportunity to see a Geese performance, specifically created for use in forensic mental health, and the chance to contribute to the debate around this issue.

Speakers include:

Dr Quazi Haque
Quazi is a consultant forensic psychiatrist and executive medical director of Elysium Healthcare. He is well known internationally and nationally as a clinician, manager and writer, working in high secure, community and criminal justice settings. Since 2014 he has also served as Chair of Royal College of Psychiatrist Forensic Quality Network, the leading UK multi-professional body setting and monitoring standards of care across forensic services.

Sarah Turton

Senior Occupational Therapist at Hillis Lodge, a Low Secure Forensic Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit. The population at Hillis Lodge tend to have complex needs, many have had lengthy stays in hospital and experience varying degrees of social exclusion. Geese theatre worked alongside Sarah and her colleagues at Hillis Lodge to deliver theatre workshops within this setting.

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