UNREST screening in Fulham on 27 January 2018

For those of you who haven’t seen Unrest, and are able to travel, MESH member Carol Mathison has organised a screening in Fulham on Saturday 27 January. Better still, Dr. Charles Shepherd of the ME Association will be there to answer questions.
Part Romance, part documentary, this powerful and moving new film about ME (also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) tracks the filmmaker, Jennifer Brea, as she battles to survive. The psychiatric stigma attached to the illness is blown apart as she exposes the neglect and abuse endured by sufferers and their carers. This is a true and global story about millions suffering invisibly, ignored by medicine and science. Watch the trailer now @UNREST.film.
Date and Time:  Saturday, 27th January 2018, 4.00pm –  7pm
Location: All Saints Church, Fulham SW6 3LA (adjacent to Putney Bridge, north side)
Details: a film followed by a Q & A session with Dr Charles Shepherd, Medical Advisor to the ME Association
Transport: Tube: Putney Bridge (District Line) 5 mins walk. Bus: 14, 22, 39, 74, 265, 424 & 430. Rail: Putney Railway Station (South West Trains) – 10 mins walk.
Parking: Limited metered parking nearby (Cars can drop people off at church door).

2 thoughts on “UNREST screening in Fulham on 27 January 2018

  1. Eileen Harley

    Hi Heidi,
    I am an M.E. sufferer but not a member of Network Mesh. I am, however, very keen to see the film Unrest and to hear the ensuing Q&A session. Would it be possible for me to make a donation (say £20) in order to do so? I’m happy to send you a cheque or pay in cash on the day.

    1. Tony Golding


      It’s Tony here, Chair of Network MESH. The screening is being arranged by Carol Contact her on mathisoncarol1@gmail.com I’m sure she would appreciate a donation.
      It would be nice if you joined Network MESH. You can do this via the website. You don’t have to pay anything but again a contribution is appreciated.



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