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Stones of Folly

Stones of Folly

An unusual insight into mental health of the past

5 April 2014

5 April, 22 May & 12 June 2014, Stones of Folly @ People's History Museum, The Cure of Folly by Hieronymus Bosch

Time 15:00 - 16:00

Duration 60 minutes

Cost In order to keep our events programme affordable to everyone, please make a donation

Performance artist Traë takes on the role of museum guide in an imagined demonstration of an unusual early treatment for madness.  Part of the Furiously Mad: 300 Years of Legal Insanity exhibition by Pool Arts.

Family Friendly event, suitable for all ages

Pool Arts

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