FAQs

We believe that the arts can play a huge part in encouraging positive health and wellbeing. It can also be a brilliant way of expressing your mental health. This festival seeks to provide a safe space for people to encage with mental health themes in order to help raise the conversation.

Nothing. Entry is FREE.

Eastrop Park is accessible by a short walk from Festival Place and the bus station. The centre shuttle stops at City Wall House bus stop, Basing View; follow the footpath over the bridge to the park. View the location map to find out how to get to Eastrop Park.

Free parking is available at two car parks on site, accessible from Eastrop Way. Both have disabled parking bays. However space in these is limited and we encourage you to use the main town centre car parks. View list of car parks.

We do not permit alcohol at the festival. This is a family event and we want to ensure we create a safe and comfortable environment for everyone.

Yes, there will be a range of food providers available and where possible Vegetarian and Vegan options. 

All in the Mind is a all-ages festival; however some performances may have an age limit and/or trigger warning. Please see festival programme for further details of each performance. 

We try and ensure that the festival is as accessible as possible. There are disabled toilets within the park and most pathways are suitable for buggies and wheelchair users. There is accessible seating available in all performance spaces. 

Yes absolutely! This festival is for everyone and we encourage anyone to get involved. If you would like to take part as an artist in 2020 our callout will be published in January 2020. 

If you would like to volunteer at the festival you can do so by visiting our volunteer page here 

Fluid Motion are a mental health theatre company based in Basingstoke. They create professional touring work on a range of mental health themes as well as delivering education and community projects that engage with around 22,000 people a year.

Visit their website