The first festival event will focus on mental health and takes place on the evening of 22 June 2018. In partnership with venue the National Brewery Centre it will include performances from Star From Ivy, Andy Crowe and Emma Buckley, as well as in-conversation sessions and live podcasting including with local author and journalist Sarah Lay. All profits from the night are set to be doubled by the Utility Warehouse and donated to mental health charity Mind.

Chris Baldwin, guitarist from Star From Ivy and co-founder of Circularity, said, “I’m just blown away by the growing support for our project. People are taking our seed of an idea and are growing and cultivating their own amazing concepts for change. I’m very excited for the future, and I hope people invest their time in coming to our first event.”

David Edwards, manager of the National Brewery Centre, said, “As a local venue we feel very proud and privileged to be supporting such an important event. The Circularity project and its message will impact people in different ways, it has so many branches and that’s what struck a chord with me; the opportunity to help plant a seed of change but let people grow it for themselves.”

Event details:

Circularity Festival

Friday 22 June 2018

National Brewery Centre, Horninglow Street, Burton upon Trent

Tickets – early bird tickets available now for £7

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