About Mind Blank

Our aim is to reduce the risk of youth suicide through interactive performances in schools and communities.

Every 3hrs in Australia someone takes their life by way of suicide, and 15 more 12-17year olds make an attempt (Ref: Orygen, 2017).

About Mind Blank


Why Mental Health? Why Mental Health Promotion? 

Mind Blank is a not-for-profit organisation that generates awareness and innovative education of mental health topics in youth across Australia. Our businesses aim is to help reduce the risk of suicide by increasing early identification of warning signs, advocating positive mental wellbeing practices and increasing resilience to help young people understand and cope with adversity.   
Every 3hrs in Australia someone takes their life by way of suicide (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2015), and 15 more 12-17year olds make an attempt (Orygen, 2017). Youth mental illness in Australian is on an increase. Mental health problems affect young people’s psychological growth and development, health-care needs, educational/occupational attainment, and adverse involvement with the justice system.
It costs Australia $6.29 billion annually in lost productivity, in part because young people with a mental illness find it difficult to remain engaged in education and employment (Dunlevy, 2015).  Australian Bureau Statistics (ABS, 2007) shares statistics that reveal 26% of people aged 16-24 have a mental disorder in any given year. Data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2011) show that only 1 out of 3 of those young people affected will utilise mental health services.
Wahalback’s (2015) research on evidence based practice in public mental health, has observed that there has been a growth of good practice on mental health promotion in schools. In fact, “school programs have consistently been shown to have positive moderate and strong effects on social and emotional skills and competencies.”  (Berkowitz, 2007). 

 

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Our Vision


Mind Blank is recognised Australia wide for mental health awareness and education through delivering innovative programs in schools, communities, and workplaces. We advocate a holistic and balanced approach through strategic partnerships and collaborations.

 

Our program aims:

Mind Blank theatre programs are readily adaptable for differing contexts (e.g. urban, rural, remote and CALD settings). Our team have found that Forum theatre is an appropriate method for engaging young people.

Young people who participate in the program will

* enhance their knowledge around mental health issues

* know where to seek support

 

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Programs


Our Programs: 

To date Mind Blank has hosted over programs to over 20,000 young people across Australia. 

Want to know more about what we have to offer? Please click on the appropriate link: 

Mind Blank for Schools https://www.mindblank.org.au/mind-blank-for-schools

Partnerships and Collaborations https://www.mindblank.org.au/partnerships-and-collaborations

Cultural Collaborations https://www.mindblank.org.au/mind-blank-cultural-collaborations

Leadership Conferences and Youth Mental Health Forums https://www.mindblank.org.au/leadership-conferences-and-youth-mental-health-forums

Transitioning to the Work Place https://www.mindblank.org.au/transition-to-work

Speaking Opportunities https://www.mindblank.org.au/speaking-opportunities  

 

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Why Mental Health Promotion? Why use theatre?

Creative arts practices can provide a great outlet to impart skills and development in young people. There is a growing trend of arts/health practitioners whom are conducting research to explore measurable outcomes to improved mental health and wellbeing in young people.  Essler, Arthur & Stickley (2006)are an example of this, their study evaluates a school based intervention, conducting surveys that challenge stigmatizing attitudes and promote mental health in teenagers. It is a UK study that uses professional actors to conduct theatre scenes and drama games to deliver the content of the study. Another example is a new method being trialed in Australia through the Black Dog Institute based on a study called Saving and Empowering Young Lives in Europe (SEYLE) which uses a role play format (Wasserman. Et al. 2015).

Mind Blank uses Forum Theatre as a technique to host their mental health education workshops. Forum Theatre is a component of the Theatre of the Oppressed, devised by Augusto Boal. It consists of the acting out of a drama, including at least one obvious social or political error which is then analysed in the second half of the show (called the Forum), and is based on real life scenarios (Boal, 2012). Through education and personal growth, Boal’s theatre techniques offer some great devices to develop skills and increase emotional intelligence. Wasylko & Stickley (2003) study confirms this as they use theatre and pedagogy in the classroom using drama in mental health nurse education settings. deQuandros (2013) uses Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed studies to discuss three practical implications of arts in health care. They are: international campaigning/advocacy, community action education on health and challenging cultures of poverty. 

There is a strong need for more proactive community initiatives to promote mental health and wellbeing. There is a need to support those in high risk groups to help reduce suicide risk in young people. Mind Blank theatre programs are readily adaptable for differing contexts (e.g. urban, rural, remote and CALD settings). Our team have found that Forum theatre is an appropriate method for engaging young people.

Young people who participate in the program will

* enhance their knowledge around mental health issues

* know where to seek support

These links will showcase some of our team’s collaboration highlights:

  1. Results from Northern Territory (2017)
  2. Results from Mooroolbark Community Summit (2017)
  3. Results from Partnership Brokers (2013)

Future recommendations and action plans

- In order to ensure we are systematically collecting data across all our performances Mind Blank is currently formulating a new survey evaluation method to increase our own data collection and outcomes from students, teachers and parents.  This will support robust evaluation and benchmarking or our productions

- We will be using our results collated from our evaluations to help support more action plans to reach out to more young Australians. Currently Mind Blank is often receiving urgent calls to do something to support young people in their area after a tragedy. Mind Blank is able to bring engaging methods of health promotion directly to schools, but ideally we would love to take a preventative approach. This is a challenge for the Mind Blank board, and so strategic plans are being made to address this concern

- In further developing the program more research partnerships are required to strengthen our current foundations of evidence based practice. If you or your organisation would like to work with our team do not hesitate to contact our team through our enquiries page. 

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  • Michael Leaves Adelaide

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    Michael Leaves Adelaide

    30 Oct 2017 Michael Leaves Adelaide

    MICHAELS STRORY

    On the 30th October I will be walking from Adelaide to Melbourne, 723 K’s. I’m raising Money for a charity called Mind Blank. The charity’s aim is to reduce the risk of youth suicide which is something that’s close to my heart. www.mindblank.org.au

    In 2005 my Brother aged 21, while serving in the Royal Marines committed Suicide. I will never know the real reason, or what he was thinking when he died. Suicide is a very final act. There’s no apology the next morning or change of mind. There are many days I wish I was next to David on that night, pulling him back!! But the reality is he died that night and my family and I would never be the same again.


    My two daughters at the time were only 6 and 2. I told Stephanie, the oldest when she was 9. She was going to a school that knew all about David and wanted her to be prepared for any questions she may have been asked by the other children. I only told Nicole last year when she was 14. Both times it was a hard conversation, I wasn’t sure I was saying the right things or making it worse. There was always a worry that if I talk about suicide it somehow makes it an option. It’s an irrational thought but its how I felt. Suicide is something we don’t associate with kids. It’s a frightening statistic but every 3 hours in Australia someone takes their life by the way of suicide, and 15 more 12-17year olds make an attempt. 
    That’s why the Mind Blank resonated with me.

    12 -17year olds make an attempt, it just hit me, and even writing this now it’s hard to accept. But I if could somehow prevent 1 young person attempting suicide then the walk will be worth it

    https://www.mycause.com.au/page/159006/wardys-walk


    It was hard to accept our David’s death. I struggled most days going through most of my emotions, anger, guilt, sadness but I never asked for help as I saw it as a sign of weakness.  How wrong was I..!!!Asking for help gave me my life back. 
    Thanks for taking the time to read my story and I look forward to sharing my journey with you…
    #walkforwardy

  • ADRA Performance take two

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    ADRA Performance take two

    12 Oct 2017 ADRA Performance take two

    Funded by ADRA (Adventist Development & Relief Agency) 

    Mind Blank will be performing at the Koch Centre – Youth of the Streets Macquarie Fields to 150 Primary School Students from varying school in the area. 

    Image sourced: https://adra.org/about-adra/

  • Mind Blank Road Show

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    Mind Blank Road Show

    12 Oct 2017 Mind Blank Road Show

    Mind Blank in partnership with Grow will be hosting a Mental Health anti stigma event on 12th October. Our forum event will be titled the “Mind Blank Roadshow”. This activity is part of an open day at Grow’s QLD Branch. Our team will host a one hour Interactive forum theatre show (1 Hour) https://www.mindblank.org.au/.


    At this event we will facilitate an entertaining and interactive component of mental health awareness. We will do this by 1) offering a training professional facilitator to MC the community event, 2) Mind Blank will host a one hour interactive forum theatre show aimed at showcasing a story of lived experience. Professional actors will then host a forum discussion to promote identifying symptoms of mental ill-health, the team will empower the audience to discuss positive help seeking methods and self-care implication in a time of need.


    Locally we will be inviting community members and groups, in addition to other service providers including QPS and QLD Health.

  • ADRA Performance

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    ADRA Performance

    11 Oct 2017 ADRA Performance

    Funded by ADRA (Adventist Development & Relief Agency) https://adra.org/about-adra/

    Mind Blank will be performing at the Koch Centre – Youth of the Streets Macquarie Fields to 150 High School Students from varying school in the area. 

    Image sourced: http://bermaguiconstructions.com.au/projects/commercial/koch-centre-macquarie-fields/

  • Undercover Artist Festival is Back! Don't miss out - COME ALONG AND HAVE FUN on Fri 13 & Sat 14 October

    Undercover Artist Festival is Back! Don't miss out - COME ALONG AND HAVE FUN on Fri 13 & Sat 14 October

    07 Oct 2017 Undercover Artist Festival is Back! Don't miss out - COME ALONG AND HAVE FUN on Fri 13 & Sat 14 October

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  • James Meehan High School

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    James Meehan High School

    13 Sep 2017 James Meehan High School

    Mind Blank will be performing at James Meehan High School, funded by Uniting Burnside (Campbelltown). 

    "Uniting Burnsides Bridges For Youth Program is an early intervention Program that supports 12-17 year olds and their families. Our caseworkers support teens with challenges such as self-esteem, healthy communication, goal setting, disengagement with school, anger management, time management and emotional regulation over a twelve week period. We put in place whatever resources or strategies necessary to assist young people in achieving their goals, becoming independent and reaching their potential.
    Bridges works across the Campbelltown, Camden, Wollindilly and Wingecarribee regions. We also offer skills based groups to students and parents to assist with specific needs.

    Bridges maintains an ongoing partnership with James Meehan High School, supporting students one on one and in group based settings throughout the school year. Mind Blank was contacted after both Bridges and James Meehan, identified the need for students to be more aware regarding identifying and addressing mental health issues within themselves and their peers. We believe Mind Blank will be a great addition to year nines practical understanding of mental health challenges and how to seek assistance if they or someone they know are experiencing mental health concerns."

  • ‘Healthy Minds’ – Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy

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    ‘Healthy Minds’ – Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy

    09 Sep 2017 ‘Healthy Minds’ – Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy

    Sourced: https://www.sspan.org.au/training/

  • TheMHS Conference 2017

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    TheMHS Conference 2017

    29 Aug 2017 TheMHS Conference 2017

    MIND BLANK will be presenting at the:

    Embracing Change
    Through Innovation and Lived Experience.

    Join us for the 27th TheMHS Conference in Sydney, Australia.

    Dates: 29 August - 1 September, 2017.

    Venue: Hilton, Sydney.


    Mental Health services across Australia and New Zealand have undergone unprecedented change over the past 10 years. Over the next 10 years we anticipate even more. Adherence to the principles of recovery and recognition of lived experience as key to mental health reform are expanding the range of choices beyond traditional illness management.

    New models, new funding, new providers and the voices of people with a lived experience have informed us about change, innovation and different approaches to collectively improve our systems of mental health support.

    Embracing Change Through Innovation and Lived Experience is a theme that enables new directions and conversations which are based on building on the extraordinary strengths we find in individuals, families, and communities.

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Some of our testimonials

As a psychologist with over 15 years’ experience working with vulnerable youth populations, it is my opinion that the Mind Blank theatre forum topics have the potential to open up informed discussions around youth mental health issues in a way that is meaningful, engaging and real for the young people involved, and these are vital ingredients for working effectively with young people.

Tim Hudman

Youth Mental Health Psychologist

I was introduced to Mind Blank via a performance at Wollongong University. They performed to a student group of about 300 high school students. You could hear a pin drop- they had everyone’s attention, (including my own) in the palm of their hands. It truly was the highlight of the action packed day. In my 13 years as a PDHPE teacher, I have never seen mental health be brought the forefront with such enjoyment, fun and interaction. Their ability to engage students into this taboo topic is brilliant and the ability to keep the conversation going-that is the successful component of Mindblank. I can’t recommend this enough. Students will love it, teachers will appreciate the unique approach it takes to mental health and everyone will benefit from this much needed creative production.

Sharna Dawson

Lake Illawarra Careers Advisor

I thank you for inspiring to face the demons of my past… I consider myself to be a survivor of the battlefield of depression and victor, I look back on things passed and realize I have changed for the better and have come so far and syllable have a long way to go…. Thank you… I’m truly truly grateful to have witnessed Mind Blank at our school”

Young Person

Anonymous

Raising the awareness of positive life decisions when faced with mental health issues. This has been achieved by not lecturing but allowing students to make these powerful decisions themselves through interactive theatre arming them with the skills and knowledge to know when to seek help.

I quote from Warrawong High school principal Jenny Flowers “It was great! Some of our most challenging year 12 students stopped me in the playground and thanked me for bringing Mind Bank to the school, we all learned so much.

Cathy McGhie

Team Leader Student Employment Advisor (Workplace Learning Illawarra)

Tackling youth mental health issues in our community is an ever increasing concern among parents, teachers, and the broader community, largely due to rising rates of bullying, depression, youth suicide and the growing demand on support services such as Headspace.

As a former PDHPE teacher, I understand the critical importance of education to the understanding and addressing of mental health issues in young people, as well as how difficult this can be.

Mind Blank’s programs give young people an in-depth understanding of not only symptoms of mental health issues, but also strategies to positively seek help and prevent harm.  As teachers working closely with students on these issues, I would like to take this opportunity to endorse Mind Blanks work and I encourage you to come along and see how the Scuba Initiative may benefit your students.

Ryan Park

MP Member for Keira

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Mind Blank is a health promotion charity, ABN 18 168 485 176, working along side service providers and local health districts. 

We are registered as being a Deductible Gift Recipient by the Australian Charities Not-for-Profit Commission.  

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There are many ways you can help Mind Blank. Some ideas include in-kind support offers, monthly sponsorship packages, organising a fundraiser or even one off donations. We welcome your ideas and support to continue our growth to impact mental health outcomes for young people.  

Any donation above $2.00 can be used as a tax deduction.

 

Parents Info


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Image sourced: At NSW Parliament House Launch Mental Health month 2017 with Ally Kelly Mind Blank CEO, NSW Mental Health Commissioner Catherine Lourey & Clarence Youth Action Network Members. 

This information is targeted for all the parents, carers, aunties, uncles, friends and colleagues who may be carers for young people. It is also targeted for the schools and teachers enquiring about more information around Mind Blank’s methodology of practice.

Please Read This If:

1. You have been informed that your young person and/or year group is booked in to see a Mind Blank show.
2. You are curious about what Mind Blank does and want more information on how you can help.

 

What is Mind Blank?

Mind Blank aims to reduce the risk of suicide through interactive theatre in schools and communities. We do this in partnership with service providers, which are local government funded bodies that are trained in mental health intervention, outreach and crisis support workers.

 

Our Methodology:

Showcase story of lived experience with mental ill health.
Alongside Service Providers we create theatre-based performances with audience interaction
1 hour (45 min of forum discussion and interaction)
Featuring 3-4x professional youth actors
Performance topics include; Depression, Anxiety or Custom script
Audience size is up to 200

 

Why Young People?

“The onset of mental illness is typically around mid-to-late adolescence and Australian youth (18-24 years old) have the highest prevalence of mental illness than any other age group.” (Beyond Blue, 2016) [1]

 

Statistics

Every 3hrs in Australia someone takes their life by way of suicide (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2015)[2], and 15 more 12-17year olds make an attempt (Orygen, 2017)[3].

 

Myths Verses Facts

M: My child is at risk if you are talking about suicide.

F: Mind Blank primarily focuses on mental and emotional wellbeing themes. All our shows are based off lived experience case studies and we work alongside the local health district to make sure we are mindful of the content we are presenting.  We abide by a harm prevention approach that follows Mind Frame’s[4] agreed codes of practice on reporting about suicide and mental illness.

M: Talking about suicide is a bad idea and can plant seeds/encourage young people to think about it as an outlet.

F: There is a growing trend of arts/health practitioners whom are conducting research to explore measurable outcomes to improved mental health and wellbeing in young people through school programs. Mind Blank programs provide a fun, safe environment to speak about mental health. It allows young people to feel comfortable asking questions. Talking about mental health allows for stigma reduction which increases the chances of young people seeking help in a time of need. For more information about our program evaluations go to:  https://www.mindblank.org.au/program-evaluations

 

Early Intervention

We believe in the need to get in early to prevent the impact that mental ill heath can have on individuals and communities. Life Span (2017)[5] an evidence based systems approach to suicide prevention identifies that schools can provide a cost-effective way to reach young people. Our programs help young people identify early warning signs of mental ill health and increase their knowledge on help seeking pathways. For more information about our program evaluations go to: https://www.mindblank.org.au/program-evaluations

 

Health Promotion is Designed to Raise Awareness

By partnering with health service providers we provide a lead in to opening conversations with schools and outreach support workers. What happens next depends on the individuals.  We encourage young people to have conversations with the school, teachers, parents and community.

We all have a joint responsibility to support our youth, provide guidance, educate them on how to cope and give them advice on where they can turn to for help. Our program evaluations indicate that we will get a stronger result with our messages if the school and community get actively involved in debriefing and continuing the conversation.

General theme’s/topics our show content covers:

Communication – sometimes you have to ask for help if you need it.
Seeking help – It’s not easy opening up to letting people know what’s going on.
Seeking help - sometimes you have to build a repour with someone before you can let them in.
Seeking Help - the first person you go to may not know how to help you. 
Seeking Help - schools and parents are a great place to get support.  There are also online options for support and every young person leaves our shows with all the National Help seeking numbers. https://www.mindblank.org.au/helpinfo/
Peer pressure – It’s hard to say no to peer pressure, however sometimes the best case scenario is just to walk away.

 

If You Are Worried About Your Young Person:

If you have a young person at home you are concerned about you can always go to your local GP who can refer you to some service providers. Students who are engaged in the school system should have access to welfare support and so we would recommend that you host a dialogue with a school teacher to see where support systems lie in the school. For more information on support that is available go to:  https://www.mindblank.org.au/helpinfo/.

 

Beyond Blue has published some great resources to help host conversations during difficult times.

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/the-facts/suicide-prevention/worried-about-suicide/having-a-conversation-with-someone-you're-worried-about

 

For More Information

If you would like to know more do not hesitate to contact our team https://www.mindblank.org.au/contact-us.
If you would like to join our quarterly newsletter drop us a line at info@mindblank.org.au.
Should you have an invested interest in supporting our charity go to:   https://www.mindblank.org.au/donations

Free Downloads: 

Download Mind Blank Information Flyer:  Mind-Blank-2017.pdf

Download Mind Blank Crisis Card:  AppendixA-MindBlank-CrisisCard-Final.pdf

Download Mind Blank Parent Information Flyer:  Parent-Infomation-Flyer-2017.pdf

Download Mind Blank Teacher Information Flyer:  Teachers-Infomation-Flyer-2017.pdf

References


[1] [1] Beyond Blue (2016) What is Depression. Beyond Blue Fact Sheets. [online]https://www.beyondblue.org.au/the-facts/depression. Accessed 27.12.2016

[2] Australian Bureau of Statistics (2015) Causes of Death, Australia Statistics [online]  http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Lookup/by%20Subject/3303.0~2015~Main%20Features~Intentional%20self-harm:%20key%20characteristics~8. Accessed 19.07.2017

[3] Orygen, (2017) Raising the bar for youth suicide prevention. Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health. [online] https://www.orygen.org.au/Policy-Advocacy/Policy-Reports/Raising-the-bar-for-youth-suicide-prevention/orygen-Suicide-Prevention-Policy-Report.aspx?ext= . Accessed 19.07.2017.

[4] Mindframe provides access to up-to-date, evidence-based information to support the reporting, portrayal and communication about suicide and mental illness. http://www.mindframe-media.info/. Accesses 30.09.2017.

[5] Life Span (2017) The nine LifeSpan strategies. Life Span and Black Dog Institute [online]http://www.lifespan.org.au/the_nine_strategies/. Accessed 30.09.2017. 

Bookings


Key infomation you need to know prior to booking a Mind Blank Performance:

  • Mind Blank is Sydney and Canberra based, therefore performances booked outside of Sydney/Canberra CBD, rural areas or interstate, travel costs are to be expected.
  • Performance costs: package deals available if booked more than one performance on the same day.
  • Our performances are 1hr in duration.
  • Max audience size 200.

Please note: during all performances we recommend that microphone are provided to the cast. A venue with a speaker is sufficient to plug microphones into, this can in turn increase the quality of our product delivery.

For direct contact from out team call 0468912399

 

Key information you need to know prior to booking a Mind Blank Performance:

  • Mind Blank is Sydney and Canberra (ACT) based, therefore
  • Performances booked outside of the Sydney/Canberra CBD, rural areas or interstate, travel costs are to be expected.
  • Performance costs: Package deals available if booking more than one performance on the same day.
  • Our performances are 1hr in duration
  • Max audience size 200

Please note: during all performances we recommend that microphones are provided to the cast. A venue with a speaker is sufficient to plug microphones into, this can in turn increase the quality of our product delivery.

For direct contact re enquiry/booking a Mind Blank performance call on 0468912399

- See more at: https://www.mindblank.org.au/bookings#sthash.wcx9wq3W.dpuf

Key information you need to know prior to booking a Mind Blank Performance:

  • Mind Blank is Sydney and Canberra (ACT) based, therefore
  • Performances booked outside of the Sydney/Canberra CBD, rural areas or interstate, travel costs are to be expected.
  • Performance costs: Package deals available if booking more than one performance on the same day.
  • Our performances are 1hr in duration
  • Max audience size 200

Please note: during all performances we recommend that microphones are provided to the cast. A venue with a speaker is sufficient to plug microphones into, this can in turn increase the quality of our product delivery.

For direct contact re enquiry/booking a Mind Blank performance call on 0468912399

- See more at: https://www.mindblank.org.au/bookings#sthash.wcx9wq3W.dpuf

Key information you need to know prior to booking a Mind Blank Performance:

  • Mind Blank is Sydney and Canberra (ACT) based, therefore
  • Performances booked outside of the Sydney/Canberra CBD, rural areas or interstate, travel costs are to be expected.
  • Performance costs: Package deals available if booking more than one performance on the same day.
  • Our performances are 1hr in duration
  • Max audience size 200

Please note: during all performances we recommend that microphones are provided to the cast. A venue with a speaker is sufficient to plug microphones into, this can in turn increase the quality of our product delivery.

For direct contact re enquiry/booking a Mind Blank performance call on 0468912399

- See more at: https://www.mindblank.org.au/bookings#sthash.wcx9wq3W.dpuf

Key information you need to know prior to booking a Mind Blank Performance:

  • Mind Blank is Sydney and Canberra (ACT) based, therefore
  • Performances booked outside of the Sydney/Canberra CBD, rural areas or interstate, travel costs are to be expected.
  • Performance costs: Package deals available if booking more than one performance on the same day.
  • Our performances are 1hr in duration
  • Max audience size 200

Please note: during all performances we recommend that microphones are provided to the cast. A venue with a speaker is sufficient to plug microphones into, this can in turn increase the quality of our product delivery.

For direct contact re enquiry/booking a Mind Blank performance call on 0468912399

- See more at: https://www.mindblank.org.au/bookings#sthash.wcx9wq3W.dpuf

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For general enquires
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To enquire or make a direct booking for a Mind Blank performance click here 

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Please Note:

  • Mind Blank is a health promotion charity and we are not a Mental Health service provider. If you need immediate help or information on existing services please go to http://www.mindblank.org.au/helpinfo/
  • Volunteering for Mind Blank: all current volunteering roles will be advertised though http://www.mindblank.org.au/whats-happening. There are two ongoing positions that we are always searching for (information below), if either type of volunteering involvement interests you please enquire within.   
  1. Our marketing team is always looking for assisting with generating more content for our website and social media blogs.
  2. Fundraisers are needed to help at fundraising events such as market stalls, high teas, recruitment drives, quiz nights, auctions and sausage sizzles.  The best part is YOU CHOOSE what when and how you would like to fundraise for us!

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