Nature Keepers Festival


Supported By City of Westminster & The Cockpit

NATURE KEEPERS FESTIVAL 
A day of shows, activities, walks and talks

27TH JULY
10:30AM - 4:30PM

 

Whether you want to watch a puppet show, dance a Ceilidh, discover a new walk, or make some wings, Nature Keepers London present a full day of activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Get involved and make your mark on the Nature Keepers map!
 

FAMILY CEILIDH
10.30am - midday in the Auditorium

Join dance caller Mary Panton and The Wraggle Taggle musicians for a family Ceilidh! 

No need for experience or any great dancing skills, just lots of good fun to join in or watch.

 FREE! Just pop along to The Cockpit and join in! 

Suitable for 4yrs +

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NATURE IN THE CITY WALKS
Start in Cockpit Foyer 11am, 1pm, 3pm


Explore all the urban nature that is everywhere in our community.
Walks start from the Cockpit foyer. come along and discover new sights and smells! 

All walks will leave from The Cockpit and end at Broadley Street gardens.

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ART IN THE PARK - Like a Bird
Broadley Street gardens 11am - 3.30pm

Making huge paper wings and feathers using Cyanotype prints made with sunshine and a blue light-sensitive wash. Come and add yours.

FREE! Just pop along!
(subject to availability and resources means participants will have timed sessions of about 20 minutes)

Suitable for 4yrs + All children must be accompanied by their adults.

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LEAPING FROG
2-3pm in Auditorium

LEAPING FROG is a puppet adventure which follows the journey of Goggles, a jaunty little wood frog, who catapults from the calm Little Pond, into the much BIGGER outside world.

Leaping before she's looked, nothing has prepared Goggles for the deep Freeze!

Can she ever return home again?

£7 / £24 for a family ticket. Discounts for locals. 

ADVANCE BOOKING IS Recommended - Click here for more info

KAFIG
3 - 4.30pm studio 1
 

Kafig is an unrehearsed, unscripted sculptural play that evolves using chance methods and material improvisations.
Performing in all kinds of locations - derelict buildings, car parks, living rooms, street corners, project spaces, parks. launderettes, theatres etc. - Kafig use disparate objects, movement, sound and language as sculptural materials to form a new whole that taps into the subconscious mind.

No performance of Käfig is ever the same and audience participation is welcomed.

FREE! Just pop along! 

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Our partners: PDT Community Champions, MEWSO, Home-Start, Newpin Family Centre & City of Westminster College

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Contact: Anna or David on naturekeeperslondonatgmail [dot] com (subject: Nature%20Keepers)