‘So U Think I’m Crazy?’ reviewed by Matthew McKenzie

Back - Just can't copeOn Friday 20th March, there was a sell-out performance of ‘So U Think I’m Crazy?’ at the Albany Theatre in Deptford, a play which tells the story of a young black man’s experience of the mental health system in Britain.

This performance was supported and co-funded by Quo Vadis Trust and Equinox Lewisham (2 of the founder members of the Lewisham Mental Health Connection).

Matthew McKenzie, who is a carer and SLaM Governer, as well as a Lewisham Mental Health Connection member, was one of the speakers on the Q&A panel after the performance. The panel contributors also included Marcia Rigg, whose brother Sean Rigg died in police custody.

Matthew writes a blog called ‘A Caring Mind’ and he has reviewed ‘So U Think I’m Crazy?’ here.

Join the Lewisham Mental Health Connection here to find out about all our events and activities, which aim to improve mental health in Lewisham.

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