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Brentwood: Free drama course

PUBLISHED: 16:59 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:59 20 February 2013

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A free drama course is available for patients and carers.

The South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust’s Open Arts team are running a course in Brentwood for people with experience of mental health difficulties and carers.

The course is a chance to learn new skills, meet people and improve self-confidence and self-esteem through drama taster sessions.

It will run for 14 weeks starting from Monday, March 4, from 1.15pm to 4.15pm at the Knightsway Centre, Brentwood.

No experience is necessary. To find out more or sign up contact Kirsten at Open Arts open.arts@sept.nhs.uk or call 01277 312916

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