BWW (Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster) Mind have planned an exclusive film screening at the Curzon Victoria, which will premiere its new mental health film on October 10th, World Mental Health Day.
The charity BWW Mind has provided services and support to people living in a number of London boroughs for over 40 years. Their aim is to aid people on their journeys to gaining a better mental state. Services they offer include: volunteering and work, community training and talking therapies.
The film explores the journey of BWW Mind’s wellbeing choir, the Westminister Sings choir. They are based in Pimlico where they are led by choirmaster David Phelops, and have grown in experience and confidence, recently signing at 10 Downing Street.
The choir is composed of a mix of individuals, some who are experiencing mental health issues. The choir aspires to improve the mental wellbeing of all members in line with the known benefits of community singing, such as reducing loneliness and boosting confidence.
Currently, the choir is pioneering a campaign to expand the number of mental wellbeing singing groups that are available around London.
The screening is a fundraising aid for the charity, with money raised from the screening being used to fund their inspirational work.
For more info, visit: www.bwwmind.org.uk
And for tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/symphony-of-minds