A Festival of new masculinity considers men's mental health

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A Festival of new masculinity considers men's mental health

Venues in Shoreditch will be hosting a series of events starting this month as part of The Book of Man's festival of new masculinity. 

The overarching theme will be men's mental health - with the likes of Professor Green, Jamal Edwards and Rizzle Kick's star Jordan Stevens taking part in discussions, gigs, live podcasts and a Dad's Self-Care brunch.

The festival is taking place at the Hoxton Square bar and grill starting from the 16th of January.

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