A feel-good singing walkabout in Primrose Hill Community Woodland. No skill level required! Singing just for the joy of it! All ages welcome.
Great for wellbeing & positivity.
Part of a series of creative walkshops with Kilter Theatre journeying from climate anxiety to climate action. see www.kiltertheatre.org/projects/one-small-step
Sometimes the best action to combat climate anxiety is to rejoice in the natural world & the fact that we are a beautiful part of it.
This unique walkshop with Joanna Harvey (leader of Kilter’s Community Choir, Top Of The World Singers), will bring us all together in the cozy confines of a lovely local wood to sing a celebration in wonder at humanity’s existence on this floating spinning rock.
We’ll walk a bit, we’ll sing a bit & then maybe we’ll walk & sing at the same time! It will be suitable for all skill levels (in terms of walking & singing). The positive, solutions-based climate-themed songs will be easy to learn by ear & leave you thirsty for more (so we’ll all hum our way back to the pub for a drink when we’re done.)
We want every walkshop in our One Small Step programme to open & accessible to all. If, in order to be there, you need any assistance (including financial assistance for train fares, babysitters etc) please get in touch with email@example.com
The walk starts at the Hare and Hounds pub and covers a fun filled two miles.
Dogs are welcome (unless they’re likely to join in with the songs!). Children and little people in backpack carriers very welcome. Please let Kilter know if you’re planning on bringing either.
To book your place (booking is essential) – please follow the link – One Small Step 10th September.