How to Talk About Sex, Drugs, Mental Health and Domestic Violence with Children and Families in Milton Keynes Our next Wednesday Network event for people who work informally with children and families in Milton Keynes. Attendees will have the opportunity to attend a range of bite-sized workshops, facilitated by experts from local charities, that will cover good practice and top tips around a variety of issues. By the end of each workshop participants will know: How to encourage healthy discussions and spot issues of concernWhat initial information, support and guidance to provide and how to do itWhen to seek further help and where to go Following the workshops, there will be an opportunity to network with other people working with children and families in Milton Keynes. Refreshments will be provided.
Weird Weekend, Day 1: Sex, Drugs & Lite Jazz Weird Weekend, Day 1: Sex, Drugs & Lite Jazz
Carry on clubbing: drugs, health and hard dance in South London's gay night time economy presented by the Centre for Research on Drugs and Health Behaviour Venue: Jerry Morris B (Room G14) Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9SH Speakers: : Dr Fiona Measham, Lancaster University
Sex, Drugs & Rick 'n Noel This smart comedy by David Tristram is the story of Richard Branson, a foundry worker whose wife has left him for another woman. In an attempt to regain his self esteem, Richard takes a history course at Birmingham University. There he meets Noel, another mature age student with an entirely different outlook on life. Together they learn more than either could have imagined possible about life, women and themselves. Not too much about history, though.
What do you get when the worlds greatest funk band collides head on with the Woodstock Nation?
Drugs: The Mis-Americans,(Rx) a band with a critically acclaimed debut album and an underground reputation for a live show that rivals the best on the jam band circuit.