Robert Hallow on The Invisible Cabaret Podcast (S1:E12)

You can listen to Episode 12 with robert hallow here!

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"I am terrified. Are you?" "Yes. We are both terrified." | Making Music and Magic with ROBERT HALLOW The Invisible Cabaret Podcast: Mental Health & The Arts

Theatre-makers and mental health geeks Ferrero Rochelle and Rosie Verbose are joined by folk-rock singer-songwriter and composer, Robert Hallow, of Robert Hallow and the Holy Men. This charming chap talks about catharsis, music as safe space, and the importance of creating in a community. We also learn about Dungeons and Dragons. NO NERDS ALLOWED. Check out Robert Hallow and the Holy Men on Bandcamp, Amazon, Spotify, all those joints. You can find Robert on Instagram as @robert_hallow_music. We've got this pre-Corona live recording on repeat! Some useful links for mental health issues mentioned in this episode: CALM (for men aged 16-35); addiction/ dependency resources *** What are you grateful for atm? Tweet @inviscabaret, DM us on Instagram, email us, or – better still – send us a voice message! *** Things mentioned in the podcast: Buy Robert Hallow's EP Empty Plates on Bandcamp! You can also listen on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon. The Regicide Chronicles on Bandcamp David Holmes, sound engineer at Soup Studios Fan art for Empty Plates and more from the fandom Dungeons and Dragons *** Edited and mixed by Matt Ennis, www.mennismixing.co.uk Music: Shades of Spring by Kevin MacLeod , available by license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ http://www.invisiblecabaret.org — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/invisible-cabaret/message

Theatre-makers and mental health geeks Ferrero Rochelle and Rosie Verbose are joined by singer-songwriter and composer, Robert Hallow, of the alt-folk-rock band, Robert Hallow and the Holy Men. This charming chap talks about catharsis, music as safe space, and the importance of creating in a community. We also learn about Dungeons and Dragons. NO NERDS ALLOWED.

Robert Hallow album artwork
The gorgeous album artwork for Robert Hallow And The Holy Men’s debut album, ‘Empty Plates’

Check out Robert Hallow and the Holy Men on Bandcamp, Amazon & Spotify!

You can find Robert on Instagram as @robert_hallow_music, and on YouTube: we’ve got this pre-Corona live recording on repeat!

Be in the next episode of The Invisible Cabaret Podcast! Tweet or DM us with what you’re grateful for this week, or – better still – send us a voice message! You can also email us: invisiblecabaret@gmail.com.

Part of what I’ve struggled with in terms of mental health is an inability to control myself, which is what played into addiction stuff, which is what has led to some really damaging behaviours that I’ve shown for a long time and the fear of being able to control myself is big. And so when you’re doing something, which requires you to pour out all of your emotion, there’s a part of you that goes, ‘This is bad.’

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Things mentioned in the podcast:

Pull-quote from the episode with Robert, which says, 'I'm trying to make something positive with an emotion that I have, on so many occasions, hurt people with. How do I, how do you do that safely?'
Are you an artist (of any description) with a mental health story to tell? Email invisiblecabaret@gmail.com for more details about how to be a future guest on the podcast.

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With thanks to: Matt Ennis, www.mennismixing.co.uk
Music: Shades of Spring by Kevin MacLeod, available under license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

If you’re affected by any of the issues raised in this episode, please do not be afraid to seek support. Help is available. The NHS website has a great directory to get you started.

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