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Listen to a debate exploring the shift from asylum to 'care in the community', with perspectives from researchers, service users and mental health professionals
David Beales, an artist and writer who has previously exhibited with the Bethlem Gallery, compares Bethlem to Stone House Hospital.
Liz Atkin, a visual artist based in London, talks about her site specific performance at the Dragon Cafe in September 2014, compulsive skin picking and the powe
Personal recollections of Bethlem contributed by Sue Grime (née Gifford), of a childhood spent playing in Bethlem's extensive grounds.
Introducing a new series of posts pulling together original material from the 'Mansions in the Orchard' project, supported by the Wellcome Trust. Posts will inc
As part of the Mansions in the Orchard project, photographer Max Reeves has recently made some comparative studies of other institutions.
Read the latest news from our Manisons in the Orchard project.
See the beginnings of works to build the new Bethlem Museum of the Mind.
Last week was the final week of our first display associated with the Mansions in the Orchard project (supported by the Wellcome Trust). Held...
As part of the Mansions in the Orchard project, we've been very interested to hear from a number of current and retired mental health nurses...
We're pleased to announce that the Bethlem Archives & Museum will be starting a new oral history and photography project, focused on the twentieth century hospi