Celebrate 70 years of the Mental Health Foundation, live in London!
Thu 18 Jul 2019
Tickets SOLD OUT
We’re having a party in London to celebrate 70 years of the Mental Health Foundation – and you’re invited!
Join us at OMEARA near London Bridge for an evening of live music and spoken word on Thursday 18th July from 7pm till 11pm.
We’ll have special guest performances from Rou Reynolds - lead singer of Enter Shikari, London band of the moment Sorry, Murray Macleod of The XCERTS and spoken word artist Priscila Hernandez who fronted our Mental Health Awareness Week Body Image campaign. Plus keep your eyes peeled for more announcements coming soon…
Street food will be available from Flat Iron Square connected to the venue, and the Mental Health Foundation team will be out in force to answer any questions about our plans for the next 70 years!
In the spirit of MHF Live, let’s use music to Raise Awareness, Raise Money and Raise the Roof for mental health.
Limited tickets are available now from Music Glue and all proceeds go directly to the Mental Health Foundation to help us achieve our goal of good mental health for all. Grab yours before they’re gone.
We’ll see you there!
Meet the Artists
Rou Reynolds, of the revered band Enter Shikari, is joining our roster of artists to play at the MHF Live birthday show. He’ll be playing a one-off acoustic set that will send shivers down your spine and if you’re already a super-fan you may just hear one of your favourite tracks like you’ve never heard it before. Here’s a taster that we adore:
Topping just about every ‘band to watch’ list going, Sorry are making waves in the UK music scene and we’re delighted to have them perform at our MHF Live birthday show. The North London four piece defy genre, but here’s what Vice had to say about the band: ‘The music is good; it’s really, really good. Pairing lo-fi pop riffs and abrasive electronics with melodies that are both romantic and eerie, they could have been plucked from Olympia in the 90s. But they also sound like being young and in London.” See for yourselves:
Murray Macleod is frontman of British alternative rock group The XCERTS whose infectious songs exploring the light and dark of life have racked up millions of plays on Spotify. He performs a rare solo acoustic show for our MHF Live birthday show.
Spoken word artist Priscila hails from South East London; her powerful poetry aims to create social impact and empower others. She will perform Body Image – penned especially for our Mental Health Awareness Week campaign - alongside other original material: