Shakespeare's Mind © 1623

Explore the minds of Shakespeare's characters by reading and discussing their scenes while considering mental health issues in Shakespeare's time and ours.

Shakespeare's Mind © 1623

A series of discussions on Shakespeare and mental health

Shakespeare's Mind is a series of public discussions that consider mental health issues at work in a range of Shakespeare's plays

Sessions involve tracking the mental journey of a character in a Shakespeare play by reading speeches and scenes before sharing thoughts about them

Next session

Hamlet © 1623Hamlet 
Wednesday 17 February 2016 
6-8pm at CUBE Cafe, Deda, Derby DE1 3GU

A participatory discussion for everyone 

"My wit's diseased"
: Hamlet

Explore the mind of Hamlet by reading and discussing his speeches and scenes in Shakespeare's play

: No need to book
: Just turn up at Deda's CUBE Cafe
: Click here for the Deda website

Visit the website of Mind, the mental health charity
Join our Sharing Shakespeare Facebook group

Previous Shakespeare's Mind discussions have been based on Lady Macbeth, Ophelia (from Hamlet), Margaret (from Richard III) and King Leontes (from The Winter's Tale).


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