ANOTHER ANXIETY ATTACK/
Natalie is a manic and dyslexic extrovert. Joni is an indecisive and dispraxic introvert - yet they both have Anxiety. Helped along by director Celia - expect guests and mini sketches - join us each month as we explore our own fun-founded realities behind mental health as we break down the stigma attached to our fickle friend: Anxiety.
Joni is a performer, puppeteer and an anxiety veteran . She likes to make cake and theatre that punches people in their feels.
Natalie is a comedy writer, performer and undiscovered YouTube sensation. When she's not writing hilarious scripts she'll be found down at her local Asda buying cheese, tampons and cat litter.
Welcome to a Very Anxious Christmas! Because, let's face it, Christmas is anxiety inducing for everyone, regardless if you have anxiety or not. What tat will you get your secret Santa? What horrors will slip out of drunk UKIP Steve's lips at Christmas dinner? Which revered 1980's pop icon will die this Christmas day?
Joni and Natalie are back with a special Christmas episode of Another Anxiety Attack in front of LIVE audience. With music from the critically acclaimed Flo and Joan.
We're marking 50 years since Homosexuality was partially - decriminalised with the amazing Tash and Adam from LGBT+ Switchboard. We discuss mental health and anxiety within LGBT+ communities, looking at social media and the ever evolving landscape of Pride.
We're getting broody when our friend Jade pops in with a very special little human. It's some real mum talk from boobies to bums in the air and sensory glitter bottles! Enjoy Natalie & Joni x
OK guys - we’re going in deep for AAA’s episode four. It’s about high time we talk about Anxiety and Trauma. After dealing with some rather poignant issues in recent months and years respectively, Natalie and Joni speak about the unspeakable. What happens when trauma happens to an anxious individual and how can we possibly process it?
Natalie and Joni go all foodie for episode three as we discuss how food and our Anxieties go together. From cooking schedules to dissecting 'clean' eating we talk about the importance of our relationships with food - including a few good ol' anxiety hacks that get us through difficult days. Oh and Banana's are key.
The Another Anxiety Attack gang fought their fears and travelled all the way to the amazing, frantic and fabulous Edinburgh Fringe Festival for this 45 minute special in front of a live audience (AGH!)