Now in its fourth year, the Mental Wealth Festival is a ground breaking event that highlights how mental health issues impact on so many aspects of daily life. The festival features over 50 talks, debates and workshops by more than 50 contributors, from politicians to health sector innovators, mental health campaigners to business leaders, to famous art institutions and leading charities.
Day one – 10 September – takes place at City Lit in Covent Garden focusing on mental health and the workplace and continues in the evening at the Houses of Parliament for a debate and discussion on suicide prevention coinciding with World Suicide Prevention Day.
The second day – 11 September – takes place at The National Gallery and the focus is mental health at home and within communities. There will be an emphasis on connecting the Gallery’s spaces and collection with events that inspire a sense of purpose and positive social empathy.
The festival concludes with an in conversation event at The National Gallery with artist Grayson Perry CBE.
Tickets are now on sale: