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*RESCHEDULED* The Mind Of A Psychopath 

May 12 | 19:00


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This event has been rescheduled to 12th May 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. All tickets will remain valid for the new date, for more information please contact your point of purchase.

We have contacted all ticket holders with the following information:

The Mind of a Psychopath – Change of date:

Due to the current Government Covid 19 Restrictions, we have had to make the difficult decision to move this event to January 5th 2021 at 7pm to allow us to operate the event over two showings, safely and socially distant.

The organiser has been following Government guidelines and working with the venue to get this event off the ground for everyone to enjoy. However, we can only allow groups who are in their Household Bubbles or Support Bubbles to attend together.

Your original tickets are valid for the new date, just keep it safe! If the new date doesn’t work for you then we can issue you a refund. 

So that we can allocate within the Government guidelines, we request that you email ticketing@leadmill.co.uk with  “The Mind of a Psychopath in the subject line with the following information:

The full name of the lead booker:

I would like a refund: Yes/No

Please email your request by Monday 19th October, 5pm to secure your place or refund. The organiser has stated no refunds after this date.

Kind Regards, Leadmill Team


The Mind Of A Psychopath

Over the past decade, the condition of psychopathy has gathered a lot of public interest with shows such as Dexter and Killing Eve. This talk goes beyond the basics such as the common symptoms and aims to expand the audience’s knowledge and understanding of the condition.

What’s the difference between a Sociopath and a Psychopath? Can psychopaths cheat lie detectors? Is it true they cannot be treated?

Jennifer Rees will discuss fascinating facts about the condition which have not made it into mainstream media, as well as giving an in-depth look at the neuroscience of the disorder.

The talk will also explore the phenomenon in relation to ‘psychopathic’ children: how early do the signs emerge? In addition, Jennifer will discuss the controversial issue of the ‘Good Psychopath’.

Do they exist? Can you guess which professions have a high prevalence for psychopaths?

Jennifer will draw on real-life cases that you’ve never heard of before to help you develop the skills to identify how a typical Psychopath behaves and how to identify one. You will also get opportunities to watch videos of various psychopaths in action, giving you the chance to observe how they behave and think. What are the tell-tale signs which give them away? Are You a Psychopath? Take a screener on the night for fun!

All attendees will receive a resource list, giving you access to all journal papers, videos, interviews and data sets

SOLD OUT SHOWS throughout 2020


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