My Psychotic Heart at The Cathedral Oratory


The Greek psyche (‘life’ or ‘soul’) today can be translated as ‘mind’. The suffix ‘-osis’ means ‘any illness

My Psychotic Heart
An ear opening journey through the mind.

An extraordinary sound installation that will take you on an ear-opening journey through psychosis.

Created from a unique collaboration between artists and mental health service users.

Engulfed by chaos, you will embark upon a journey to secret little places where compelling stories will unfold.

The venue symbolises the vast expanse of the human mind, a place of love, humour, joy and sometimes of fear and confusion.

The collaboration between installation directors Andrea Earl, Kal Ross and the Hope Street Apprentices was forged through Hope Street Limited’s innovative New Work Workshops in October of 2006.

Andrea Earl is an award winning writer for television, theatre and radio.

Kal Ross is a sound engineer and designer who has worked internationally in theatre, film, music and television.

The presentation will take place in the Grecian style Oratory building at
Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, 6 Cathedral Close, St James Mount, L1 7AZ

27th July – 29th July and from 31st July to 1st August 2007 from 12.00 -17.00

For further information please ring Hope Street on 0151 708 8007
It is a free event