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    Weʼve raised £270 to donate to Prince William’s fantastic mental health charity, Heads Together, to help support their latest project, Mentally Healthy Schools.

    Sylvia Young Studios, 1 Nutford Place, Marylebone, W1H 5YZ
    Funded on Tuesday, 29th May 2018

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    10% of children aged 5-16 have a clinically diagnosable mental health problem, yet 70% don’t get appropriate interventions at a sufficiently early age. One of the main reasons for this is failing to spot the signs early enough.

    We've been working tirelessly over the last year to help train the tutors on our books in how to recognise the symptoms of a range of mental health problems, and we now want to take it one step further by putting on a charity event to help bring that awareness to parents.

    The event will be taking place at Sylvia Young Studios (the place where they rehearse for Strictly Come Dancing!) on Tuesday 27th February, 6.30 to 8.30pm.

    We've got a cracking line-up of comedy, music, magic, and everything in between, including performances from stand up extraordinaire Carl Donnelly (Mock The Week, Russell Howard’s Good News), the high energy hilarity of Naz Osmanoglu (Live at the Electric, Russell Howard’s Good News and Horrible Histories) and sketch wizards The Awkward Silence (Shortlisted for BBC Writer’s prize. “One of this years best sketch comedy shows” - The New Current). We’ve even got a short talk from diet guru Rachel Kelly, (Mental health campaigner and author of The Happy Kitchen).

    ALL this, for the price of FREE!! Yes, you read that correctly. FREE!! We will however, be taking donations via this page, as well as on the evening. All proceeds will be going to Prince William’s fantastic mental health charity, Heads Together, in order to help support them with all the amazing work they do.

    It’s going to be a GREAT night! To book your place, head over to Eventbrite:

    Looking forward to seeing you all there!



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    • Imogen Moore Shelley - Connections in Mind

      Imogen Moore Shelley - Connections in Mind

      Feb 28, 2018

      Thanks for a brilliant night! Connections in Minds is fully behind the cause! Well done.


    • Nicholas Sowicz

      Nicholas Sowicz

      Feb 28, 2018


    • Elysia Hole

      Elysia Hole

      Feb 28, 2018

      Such an awesome night. Well done to all the performers and the organisers for a wonderful and inspiring evening!


    • Kai Rushton

      Kai Rushton

      Feb 27, 2018

      Sorry I won't be able to attend tonight. Wishing every success!


    • Jonny


      Feb 27, 2018


    • Maciej Jach

      Maciej Jach

      Feb 21, 2018

    • Caroline McLean

      Caroline McLean

      Feb 21, 2018

      Bravo to the brilliant Osbourne Caukwell! For supporting this brilliant cause!


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    Osborne Cawkwell

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    Sylvia Young Studios, 1 Nutford Place, Marylebone, W1H 5YZ

    Osborne Cawkwell specialises in the introduction of tutors by the hour in London. We train our tutors in how to recognise the symptoms of a range of mental health problems in young people, and how to help manage them through incorporating mindfulness into their teaching.

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