We visited Harperbury hospital to see what it was like noticing that people with learning difficulties suffered and how men and woman were separated from being together.
We went to Harperbury Hospital Tour.
Dayo been interviewed about how he could imagine feeling like living in Harperbury Hospital after the tour.
All of us are filming a music video showing us as patients in long stayed hospitals.
This was based on our trip from Harperbury Hospital and we needed to show how people with learning difficulties deal with brushing their teeth or cleaning the floor with the same toothbrushes.
We were rehearsing the routine for the Music Video Shoot.
We were learning about research of the residents who used to live in long stay hospital.
We research about the residents used to sing in long stayed hospital
Jolene is at the Metropolitan Archive
Rufaro at the London Metropolitan Archives.
We were learning how to create a wiki website.
Ajay was talking to us about creating a wiki and how to use it by showing stuff on his very own wiki and to tell us about becoming wikimasters.
Lee, Rufaro and Graham explaining about the MADHOUSE project
Lee and Rufaro showing a group of museum experts and giving them a tour around the MADHOUSE Exhibition explaining how things were like back then
Participates get to choose a few positive words including a positive emoji with props/costumes to get into character for fun and take a photo.
Description: Colourful, Awesome, Big Heart, Cheeky
Description: Friendly, Creative, Strong, Passionate, Happy
The final day of the MADHOUSE My House Exhibition. The exhibition ends on great experience and hard work
John, Shola, Rachael and Ciara are expressing emotions from the storybook.
We created a scene from the storybook
We did a workshop on emotions from a story book.
In this photo, Group A created the Immersive Theatre Workshop and shared the Performance with the other group at Chats Palace.
In this photo, Group B created the Immersive Theatre Workshop and shared the Performance the other group at Chats Palace.
This is a photo of all of us who was part of the MADHOUSE project accepting our books from the Books Beyond Words at the MADHOUSE Symposium.
We all split into groups and filled in Activities, Wellbeing and other ideas links to the Key word BELONG.
In this picture, A few people split into different groups gathered together for the final information to close the Symposium.