The Centre is pleased to announce a partnership with Daniel Clark, Theatre Works (VIC), UK artist Bryony Kimmings performing at the Adelaide Fringe, to promote men’s mental health and to raise funds to support a FFCMH mental health research student scholarship .
Bryony is one of the UK’s most exciting artists and wowed audiences with two sold out shows in Melbourne in 2014. Bryony’s show, Fake it ‘til you Make it, will be produced in Adelaide by Daniel, who has over the years, brought Adelaide Fringe audiences hit shows such as the Wau Wau Sisters, The Bogus Woman and My Name is Rachel Corrie.
The show which is Co-commissioned by Southbank Centre, London, is a wickedly heart-warming and funny production which seeks to blast the taboo of mental health out of the water – with home made music, stupid dancing, on stage arguments, real life stories, tears and truths. Fake it ‘til you Make it seeks to unpick what it takes to be a ‘real man’ in a society in which 1 in 8 men will have depression and 1 in 5 men will experience anxiety at some stage of their lives. For more information about the show go to
Theatre Works has reserved a show as a dedicated fundraising event for the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health. More details and ticket pricing will be available early in 2015, but the Centre encourages everyone to book tickets through the Centre and invite friends to attend the show in support of the Centre.
Where: Royal Croquet Club – The Black Box Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga, Adelaide
When: Tues 17 Feb, 2015 (Shows run from 14 Feb-15 Mar)
Time: 7.30 for 8:00pm show.
Age suitability: 16+