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Blind Spot

Blind Spot is a fun, comedic show taking place inside a car. Up to three passengers can enjoy the show from the comfort of the back seats, while the story unfolds in and around the vehicle.

This hilarious new experience was created by Alright Mate? through a series of interviews with men living in Devon and uses humour to explore some of the roadblocks that men face when trying to open up about their feelings.

The car will be popping up at locations across Devon, including car parks, shopping centres, town centres and playing fields. Spaces are extremely limited so book now to avoid disappointment!

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Many men don't seek help or share their mental health struggles with friends and family. This is especially true in rural areas like Devon, where accessing support can be challenging. Stigma and a lack of awareness about available services only compound the issue. At Alright Mate? CIC, we've found a unique approach to breaking the silence. We believe that creative activities can create space for open and honest conversations.

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Alright Mate? is unique in that we offer a model where local businesses and artists work together to help improve men’s mental health and reduce the risk of suicide. We provide creative and social events in places where men frequent and go to socialise to increase the likelihood of them seeking help when they need it in a timely way to avoid a mental health crisis.
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“Being involved in this makes me feel a bit more like I’m part of a community. I’ve been struggling to break out of that feeling of being cut off from people. It’s made me so much more aware of that need and ways to deal with it.”


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