Health in Mind is proud to announce a new partnership with The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society to support artists mental health and wellbeing at the Edinburgh Fringe this year.
Further details about the support available to Artists will be shared closer to August.
Fringe Society chief executive Shona McCarthy said: ‘As everyone knows, the fringe can be an intense experience. We want artists to know the Fringe Society is here to support them every step of the way.’
Alana Genge, Head of Engagement at Health in Mind, said: ‘We’re excited to be working with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and supporting the talented and creative artists involved. We’ve had great discussions around what mental health and wellbeing support will look like this year for artists and it’s clear to see the passion and commitment the Fringe team has for ensuring artists know where to get support and that support is available in different ways. It’s the start of a hopeful partnership and we’re looking forward to being part of the buzz that the Fringe brings to Edinburgh.’