Free

Meds in Music

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Fully booked
  • Discussion
  • British Sign Language
  • Relaxed performance
Photographic portrait of Lizzie Emeh leaning against a background made up of large coloured letters.

What you’ll do

Join us for conversation and performance with award-winning artist Lizzie Emeh, who will discuss her personal experiences of mental health and learning disability, and the inspiration behind her latest EP, ‘Meds’. The evening will be hosted by Tilley Milburn and Del the Pig, and will feature special guest performances.

This event is in the style of other Heart n Soul Chat Up events.

About your contributors

Photograph of Lizzie Emeh

Lizzie Emeh

Artist
Lizzie's Heart n Soul Profile

Lizzie Emeh is one of Heart n Soul's key artists. She launched her debut album Loud and Proud in October 2009 and made history as the first solo artist with a learning disability to release an album of her own songs to the general public. Her new EP, ‘Meds’, is released in spring 2019.

Photograph of Tilley Milburn

Tilley Milburn

Host

Tilley Milburn is a singer-songwriter and performance artist. She is particularly interested in work that explores and appeals to people with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues. Her best friend is Del the Pig, a soft toy, whom she always performs with.

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Heart n Soul

Collaborator
Heart n Soul website

Award-winning creative arts company and charity Heart n Soul are residents of The Hub from 2018 to 2020. Heart n Soul work with people with learning disabilities to help them develop their artistic talents or train as performers.

Dates

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Full

Need to know

Location

We’ll be in the Forum. To get there, take the lift or stairs up to level 1 and then follow the signs through the ‘Medicine Now’ gallery.

First come, first served

Signing up for a free event does not guarantee a place on the day. Doors usually open 15 minutes before an event starts and we advise arriving before the scheduled start time to claim your place.

British Sign Language

This event will have British Sign Language interpretation. If you would like to come along, email us at access@wellcomecollection.org or call 020 7611 2222.