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The Moving Inwards project was created by singer songwriter of the band Refuge, Peter Hirst as a vehicle to take music workshops onto the wards of Mental Health hospital units to help rehabilitate patients suffering from mental illness.
This comes about after Peter himself was admitted into hospital in his early 20's.
Money raised from the night will help to ensure further projects will take place and benefit those patients.
The Bluetones singer, Mark Morris has been key to this project in mentoring the band Refuge as well as contributing to the recordings of the EP.
Mark will be performing a full solo set of his original material.
Refuge are a 3 piece, Leicester based band with wonderfully melodic original tunes fronted by Peter Hirst. Check them out here - http://www.musicfromrefuge.co.uk/index.php/band
Support also comes from Kyle Coleman -
Kyle is a non-verbal autistic man who can sing with perfect pitch. Kyle discovered his innate talent for singing after receiving music therapy just four years ago with life changing results.
Since then, Kyle has gone onto record two albums to help raise autism awareness, has had a documentary exhibited about his musical journey in the Dana Centre in London, Kyle’s music features in a film about autism due for release this year, and was awarded first prize for his contribution for performing arts at the ‘World Autism Festival’ in Scotland in 2014.
Kyle will be singing songs from his latest album ‘Beyond the Syntax’ and will demonstrate how despite having classic autism, he has found a way to transcend normal communication through his love of singing.