Theatre_Shining a light on ADHD in adulthood and women @artwith_heart #ADHDeclaration #ADHDFoundation.

National Tour – Declaration

Declaration, a curious colourful and candid exploration of Mental Health, Diagnosis and ADHD, across England in association with leading charity the ADHD Foundation.

A curious, colourful and candid exploration of ADHD, Mental Health and Diagnosis.

Instinctive, curious, bold and bouncy; Sarah is a mighty proud square peg, which wouldn’t be such a problem if the hole wasn’t so damn round.

  • Touring from 12th May – 1st July 2017

Including Yorkshire and Humber
BARNSLEY The Civic: 27 May [TICKETS]
DONCASTER Cast: 7 June 
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HARROGATE Harrogate Theatre: 10 June href=”http://artwithheart.us13.list-manage.com/track/click?u=4653590dd086ff9dba04a8216&id=31f15180a8&e=c9f40e93e6″>[TICKETS]

HALIFAX Square Chapel Arts Centre: 21 June 
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  •  Watch the trailer
  • Shortlisted for ‘Best Actress in a Studio Production’ at Manchester Theatre Award

Following performer Sarah’s journey from childhood to present day, Declaration offers a rare insight into how living with a neurological condition can impact at different points throughout someone’s life. It shines a light on ADHD in adulthood and women, and seeks to raise awareness and combat stereotypes and stigma.

Declaration has been developed in consultation with medical professionals; GP’s, Consultant Psychiatrists and Health Researchers including staff from the NIHR in Manchester.

Here’s what Dr Tirthankar Mukherjee, Consultant Psychiatrist with the Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust had to say of Declaration:

“Declaration challenged the elusive notion of normality and emphasised the strengths of ADHD in the form of creativity, spontaneity and an ever growing curiosity. A colourful and authentic celebration and depiction of the agonies and ecstasies of an individual with ADHD through a powerful style of storytelling that left me with reflections, both human, political and scientific.” 

We’d love for you to join us, though we explore mental health and diagnosis it is a really fun and hopeful production

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