Dolly Sen – spanking reality arse since 2000
We are pleased to announce that this year we have Dolly Sen on the line up for the People Like Us Festival! Whoop whoop! Super excited as ever since we started conversations with Dolly we have been captured by her beautiful spirit and her captivating sense of humour. The session we have in store for you will be one not too miss!
Who is Dolly Sen?
Dolly Sen is a writer, director, artist, filmmaker, poet, performer, playwright, mental health consultant, music-maker and public speaker. She has 10 published books since 2002. Not bad for someone who left school without any qualifications and who was told she would end up in prison. Dolly has lived experience of severe mental health difficulties and is an advocate for disability rights and the LGBTQ community
PEOPLE LIKE US
On Tuesday 7th July 2020 Dolly will be leading a Zoom session at the People Like Us Festival…
“Creating A Bill Of Healing Rights” not just on a personal level, but on a community level, institutional level, global levels. A thought-provoking zoom session where Dolly will help us to explore what do we need to restore ourselves
Creative Health Practitioners
Dolly is also leading a session for our Creative Health Meet-ups. Her session will form part of the training for the Creative Health Practitioners Toolkit. If you are a Creative Health practitioner in Coventry and Warwickshire and would like to attend get in touch with Kerry Harvey email@example.com or check out the Creative Health Practioner Meetups Facebook group
“Making Our Own Maps”
Join Dolly as she talks about her journey with mental health, her art, the system and how we as creative health practitioners can help create maps for those in our communities
Dolly has recently contributed to the Baring Foundation Report
“If art is a map back to yourself, then this report is the beginnings of an atlas that shows the many journeys to art, but also what pushes people away from it in ways little explored before