There's a bed for me in a psychiatric ward.
So no, they can't tick the box for homeless.
I've been ready for discharge for months.
So no, they can't tick the box for madness, either.
No, I'm not mad.
No. I'm not mad.
And they don't have a box to tick for a NoMad.
Using Nell Hardy's signature blend of whimsy and intensity, her solo show, NoMad, based on her own lived experiences, is a poetic, dizzying journey through the dissociated mind of one woman who has fallen through society’s cracks too many times.
With devastating authenticity, disarming humour and, ultimately, hope, the show demands the question: who gets to decide what madness is in a society that treats people like this?
This performance of NoMad will be followed by a post-show discussion with UCL researchers on theatre, homelessness and mental health.
Running time: 2.5h inc a 90min post show talk
Age guidance 14+
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