2:00 PM14:00

Raquel Meseguer speaks on BBC Radio 4 Four Thought

Raquel will be sharing her vision for public resting spaces, and the need to change our perception of people lying down in a live recording and subsequent streaming of BBC Radio 4 Four Thought at Somerset House. 

In this live recording their will be a limited number of spaces for those who would like to lie down at the event, please select "reclined seating" on the ticketing page found here:



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Come as you are: Pilot movement sessions for people with chronic pain @ Trinity Centre
to Nov 27

Come as you are: Pilot movement sessions for people with chronic pain @ Trinity Centre

Free Movement Sessions for anyone who experiences chronic pain, or other hidden illnesses (i.e. fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue, lupus, etc which tend to have associated chronic pain).

This is a safe space for us to play, move and rest together. We champion 'horizontality as participatory mode,' meaning you are free to lie down for all or part of the session.

The format of the session is:

10.30am - 11am:  space to arrive & stretch quietly together

11am - 12pm: check in & movement session led by Raquel Meseguer (Unchartered Collective / Lost Dog).

12pm - 12.30pm check out & space to rest before we go out into the world again.

The Sessions are happening on 16 October, 30th October, 13th November and 27th November. 

We can offer this session free, because Trinity Centre have given us space to test the demand for a regular session for people with chronic pain. The space is wheelchair accessible with some parking available, and we welcome people with different mobilities (n.b. as a group with chronic pain, we are not able to assist people with very complex mobility needs, who need help to support their weight).

To find out more and to book your place please contact Please contact us prior to attending a session so we are aware of your access needs. 

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Someone Should Start Laughing
5:30 PM17:30

Someone Should Start Laughing

Wed 12 July | 5.30pm and 8pm, Arnolfini

BOOK NOW - Please note there are only 10 seats per performance

10 of you
10 of us
& 30 minutes
to tell our stories
(and make you laugh)

Someone Should Start Laughing is about lives lived with invisible disability and chronic pain. And how we talk about that without turning you off, or turning away. Through sound, touch, silence, laughter and dance, these immersive stories are handled with the necessary wit, tenderness and healthy respect for life's curveballs. 

The company gallop through their stories from diagnosis, to brave new self (on a good day). And through our common humanity we bridge the distance between one life and another. Someone Should Start Laughing is a scratch performance from directors Raquel Meseguer (Lost Dog Associate Artist) and Owen Calvert Lyons.

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10:30 AM10:30

Hidden Project Conversation Day

Raquel Mesegeur and Owen Calvert Lyons have been invited to share about the Unchartered Collective projects at the HIDDEN PROJECT CONVERSATION DAY at Brighton Dome. 

More information can be found here:

The day is aimed at anyone who is interested in the arts, invisible illness or who would just like to come and learn more. Everyone is welcome.

The day will be British Sign Language interpreted. Please contact if you would like to talk to us about any of your needs or would like more information about the day.

Join us for coffee and tea from 10:30am and the day will finish at 4pm, with an option to stay for more relaxed conversation and networking until 4:30pm.

This event is pay what you can.


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