Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate are an eclectic band, combining progressive/alt-rock, classical, experimental, electronic, and metal influences. Their performances are passionate and charismatic.
They were recently highlighted as Prog Magazine Limelight feature artists.
They stepped in at the last minute to replace an injured band on the main stage at Hard Rock Hell’s Prog Festival November 2017, one of the world’s leading indoor progressive rock events. Performing to over 1000 people, opening for Magnum, Focus and Carl Palmer, they were described by Hard Rock Hell magazine as ‘unlikely stars who stole the show’, and by eFestivals as the ‘highlight of the festival’.
Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate are Malcolm Galloway (vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and producer) and Mark Gatland (bass, backing vocals, keyboards and co-producer), on their own, or with Kathryn Thomas (flute). Kathryn is the flautist of the award winning BBC New Generation Artists The Galliard Ensemble (wind quintet), and is also married to Malcolm.
They have regularly broadcast on a wide range of radio shows internationally, ranging from shows focused on metal to ambient stations.
Malcolm Galloway is also a contemporary classical/minimalist composer, whose 2019 release ‘Transitions’ was included in Sid Smith’s selection of the year’s best releases for Prog Magazine. He is a former consultant neuropathologist and honorary senior lecturer at UCL Medical School, where he teaches about brain anatomy, evolution, music and the brain, and science fiction and medicine.
18th - 20th March 2020 – Mad Hatter, Grey Matter festival; Supporting Brain Awareness Week
The Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Festival 2020 has something for everyone curious about creativity and neuroscience. A variety of activities are clustered around four venues – two bringing neuroscience into creativity (St Cecilia’s Hall & Main Library Centre for Research Collections), the others bringing creativity into neuroscience (Old Medical School & the Anatomical Museum), thereby introducing neuroscience-related ideas to new audiences of all ages.
The programme provides an opportunity to utilise collections, archives and current research across the themes of creativity, neuroscience and psychology
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This 1 day course is for anyone with an interest in mental health and a desire to help others by having the knowledge to recognise suspected mental health conditions.
This course is for those interested in understanding and recognising a range of different mental health condition, including signs and symptoms.