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Hellblade: Tackling psychosis stereotypes

This event is part of the British Academy's season on Identities & Belonging.

Making a video game about a female warrior living with psychosis is risky. The creators of BAFTA award-winning game Hellblade tried to do just that, and worked with scientists and those living with psychosis to explore new and positive ways of representing the mental condition. Join creative director Tameem Antoniades and psychiatrist Paul Fletcher in conversation with neuroscientist and British Academy Fellow Uta Frith to find out how.

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FREE, booking required
Suitable for: 16+

Image: Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice

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