Our next FREE showing will be in collaboration with RGU’s Gender Equality/Feminism Society, presenting ‘The Skin I Live In’ (15), Monday 30th April, 5pm to 8.30pm in room N242 of the Sir Ian Wood Building at RGU, Garthdee Campus (Note this had been discussed as potentially taking place at Triple Kirks, though due to a clash of dates this will again take place at RGU). As ever, staff, students and the general public are all welcome. There is free parking from 4pm, with First Bus Service numbers 1 and 2 stopping directly outside*. Refreshments will be free of charge and available throughout, and facilitated discussion around mental health will follow.
*Please be aware that First Bus have taken industrial action, and services have been subject to staff strikes.
17:00: Reception. Doors open with tea, coffee, juice and water available.
17.30: Film start
18.30: Intermission with Papa John’s pizza and Subway Sandwiches provided.
Film end: Facilitated discussion around mental health
A description of ‘The Skin I Live In’ can be found here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1189073/
Dan Warrender and Scott Macpherson, Lecturers in Mental Health
Gender Equality/Feminism Society