Providing mental health and wellbeing support for Right Where We Left Us

We are delighted to announce that we will be working with Chippy Lane Productions to provide mental health and wellbeing support to the cast and crew of their new production Right Where We Left Us, which will run at the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff from Wednesday 28th September – Wednesday 5th October 2022.

Artistic Director Rebecca Hammond said “This play is an acknowledgement of the fragile nature of creative minds and a reminder that our industry is always in a state of delicacy. If the past few years have taught me anything it’s to keep the people you love close and to rid yourself of negative energies. I wanted to write a piece that explored the murky world of creative collaboration and navigating professional and personal relationships.

‘Right Where We Left Us’ explores the darkness of ambition and jealousy and how the healing of time can change your priorities and future plans. I long for it to resonate with so many and provide hope for anyone struggling to move forward. To know that you have the power to be okay. You have the power to change the narrative.”

Founder and CEO of Wellbeing in the Arts, Adam Bambrough, said “We are proud to be partnering with Chippy Lane Productions on such an important piece of work and will ensure that the team behind Right Where We Left Us are given the best possible mental health and wellbeing support throughout the rehearsal period and run of performances. Even in a time where budgets are tight due to rising costs, it is vital that resources are allocated to look after those we work with”.

If you would like us to provide mental health and wellbeing support to your production or organisation, please get in touch via telephone on 0204 538 9500 or by email at