We are a family run business that develops and delivers walking events with a creative twist. Our walks and ‘walkshops’ (walking workshops) are mainly artist led, depending on the event you choose there will be a mix of drawing, learning and making. Our focus is to be creative using walking as the art form. Participants come and explore an area, learn something new and develop skills. Group participation is fun and stimulating and you will be part of a walking performance. ‘The art is in taking part‘ which we call ‘walking creatively‘. Join one of our events by clicking on the links below:
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Flash Fiction Creative Writing Walkshop - Crusoe300
Barbican Centre, London
6:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Fallen Angel at the Highgate Festival
Tufnell Park Underground Station, London
Marking the 300th anniversary of the publication of Robinson Crusoe in April 1719
Thank you to everyone who helped us bring the first ever Urban Tree Festival to London in 2018. With support fromTrees for Cities, the only UK charity working at a national and international scale to improve lives by planting trees in cities, the Festival is back this year over the weekend of the 18 & 19 May. And what’s more we are part of the Chelsea Fringe!!
We are currently calling artists and producers of sound walks or audio-enhanced walking pieces to submit their works to be include in the Sound Walk Sunday programme – details of the Call can be found here. We are also appealing to anyone who wishes to host a workshop bringing creatives and technicians together to share knowledge and create sound walks – if you can be a potential host please email us here
Discover more about Sound Walk Sunday 2019 and dip into our directory of sound walks and walking pieces from here
If you would like us to develop a walking event tailored to your needs read more here about our pricing, or if you would like to collaborate in developing one, then please read more here and contact us via this form.
Ticket pricing: We use Eventbrite and Funzing as ticket booking platforms, both take a commission via a booking fee which is why the final ticket price may appear higher than that we advertise. Where we can, we offer ticket booking directly via PayPal. We are charged a banking fee by PayPal for processing all ticket purchases, however, we absorb this cost. This means that paying through PayPal for your tickets will be at the price we advertise, and you won’t be charged a booking fee. As these booking fees are dynamic we are unable to establish the fee and publish it. Please note that unless stated there will be a booking fee added to the ticket price. For further details on Offers, pricing and refunds please see here.
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