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Supportedby National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH)

Wednesday 9 October at 7.45pm
Thursday 10 October at 1pm & 7pm
Friday 11 October at 7.45pm

Tickets - £14.25, concessions - £12.25, 15-25 year olds - £5

“Ever since I can remember I have always been different…

If I take the pill that they have placed in my hand, who will I become?”

At the age of 23, Paul walks into a psychiatrist’s office believing he is either a God, or a King. He leaves with a diagnosis of Bipolar Manic Depression and facing a life-changing decision: Take the pill and live, or don’t take the pill and die. 

23 years later; Gods & Kings draws on Paul’s real-life experience to produce an emotionally honest, and darkly funny, account of what it is to live a life ruled by mental illness.   

British Sign Language is integrated into the show. There will be a post-show discussion after each performance. These can be interpreted into BSL if required.

Running time approximately 100 minutes, for ages 16+

Participants for Creative Conversations after the show will be:
Wed 7.45pm - CCHA speaker (name to be confirmed), Tracy Harding (tbc)

Thu 1pm - Vicky from Harmoni Cymru, an Arts and Health organisatio
Thu 7pm - Jane Bryant AM, Andrea Grey (mental health lead for Public Health Wales), Dr Nichole Burchett (from The Mental Health Foundation)

Fri 7.45pm - Charlotte Hopkins - Director and Operational Excellence Specialist

  • Supported by National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH)
  • If there is anything we can do to makeyour visit more enjoyable we want to know.


    We are an accessible venue, if you require any support or assistance you can let us know at the time of booking or when you arrive for your show.


    You can pick your seat in advance of your visit even if we are not using a seating chart to sell the event. You can ask to preview the space, choose your seat and we will make sure that seat is yours when you arrive.


    To make an appointment to preview your seat or if you want to discuss anything else about your visit you can phone uson 01633 656679, email us or call in and have a chat with our box office team.


    If you leave your seat during the show an usher will guide you out and back in when you are ready but we may not be able to get you back to your original seat.


    If you need a quiet space during the evening we will have one available. It will be clearly signposted but if youget a bit lost just ask a member of staff – that’s why we are here.


    A post show talk (with British Sign Language) will take place around 5 minutes after the show so if you want to goout and come back in to the auditorium you are more than welcome.


    We will open the doors of the auditorium 30 minutes before the start time so if it takes you a bit more time to get comfortable that’s absolutely fine.


    Please feel free to get in touch about any aspect of your visit and we will see you soon.

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