Day Ticket Sunday 4th October - Health & WELLth Festival

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The Place, 17 Duke's Rd, London WC1H 9PY

17 Duke's Road

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This ticket enables you to attend all the workshops and performances on that day apart from the masterclasses (bought separately)

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Day Ticket Sunday 4th October

Health & WELLth Festival

*Suggested donation of £20 per ticket.

*Over 18's only

*Please note that this ticket enables you to attend all the workshops and performances on that day apart from the symposium (which needs to be booked separately). There is a limit to the number of places that can be allocated to each event. Early arrival on the day will increase your chance to sign up to an event of your choice.

Venue: The Place

Address: 17 Duke's Rd, London WC1H 9PY

Punctuality & Preparation

For studio based workshops and performances please arrive outside the space 5 minutes early to be signed in and ensure a smooth and punctual start. If you do not arrive on time your place may be allocated to someone on the waiting list. Doors will be closed and no entry allowed five minutes passed the start time. Please arrive changed wearing appropriate clothing for the activity and note that no outdoor footwear is allowed in the studios. Female, male, gender neutral and accessible changing rooms with showers are available. Please ensure that you have washed your hands thoroughly as advised by Public Health England. No food or drink is allowed into the studios except for bottled water.

12.30pm – 4.30pm

Cafe

Title: ‘Hangout Space’

Description: Food & drink, Instruments, Singing, Performances and Chillin’ Out!

Moving Waste’ is an ongoing collaboration between artists Finlay Forbes-Gower and Alice Millen.

The duo aim to explore the abundance of waste discarded in the everyday and their human response and relationship to it. Through movement and play waste is reactivated and the redundant materials and objects are transformed into a new life form. ‘Moving Waste’ uses the human body and found materials in collaboration with one another, creating sculpture and live performance.

Within this particular body of work, the net (made from old vegetable bags) forms the role of an enzyme. Within it’s given surrounding, It holds, regulates and disperses wasted material.

12.30pm – 5pm

Reception

Title: Arrival, Welcome and Registration

Facilitators: East 15 Acting School ‘Creative Producers’

Description: The public will be welcomed to the Festival at whatever time they arrive and invited to Register to attend studio based Workshops, Masterclasses and Performances happening this day. Food and drinks are available to purchase in the Café.

12.30pm – 2pm

Cafe

Title: Lunch & Networking Space

An opportunity to purchase lunch from the Cafe and ‘Hangout’ with some music and new friends.

2pm – 3pm

Studio 7

Title: Tai Chi ‘Finding Your Balance’

Facilitators: Lesley Newton

Description: Participants will learn Chinese Taoist exercises to help become more sensitive to being off balance in both a physical and emotional sense, along with techniques people can take away to help enable them to regain and maintain their equilibrium.

2pm – 4.30pm

Studio 1

Title: 'Participatory Performance Workshops'

Facilitators: Mara Vivas, Julia Testa, Frieda Shao Shin

Description:

Mara Vivas – Leading a Choreographic-Process-Sharing with an interactive audience-dancer experience where audience members use choreographic tools to create their own version of the piece. No dance experience is required to participate, open to all ages and walks of life.

Julia Testa – ‘Dissolving Practice”. Participants will explore breath intensively in order to dissolve: boundaries, patterns, fears. After the inner exploration in both previous sessions, this session will drive to more sweaty active class with exploration of aesthetics through sensations

Frieda Shao Shin – ‘My idea is to continue my research on Sonic Body. I have been researching how far our body could go in using our hearing as a source of creativity, understanding towards the world and deciphering our inner world. The shift of body‘s awareness and consciousness from visual-led to audio-led creates room for new perspectives to emerge. That allows at least for me availability within myself to rest in, reflect, respond and repurpose. There will be no audience in this performance workshop. We all participate, we all emerge.’

3pm – 4.30pm

Studio 7

Title: 'The L.O.V.E. Retreat' A Qigong Workshop

Facilitators: Wayne Harris (Training4Life)

Description: What makes Qi Gong, dance or movement feel so good? Is it the grace, the movements or the achievement of knowing a full form or routine. What ignites in your consciousness before you begin, before you make that all-important opening gesture? Or is your form a mere exercise, maybe a sequence of well-choreographed moves that is void of embodied interconnectivity. Your highest self-image is empowered by the love you have for your own existence, we grow by understanding what love is in relation to your highest self-image. The LOVE Retreat empowers the self to access the vessels inside the body and become more functional. Welcome to the deep reservoir of universal love that lay dormant within your own universe Y.O.U.

4.45pm – 6pm

Café

Title: Closing & Reflections

Facilitators: Drs Alex Boyd & Andrea Maciel

Description: An opportunity to reflect on the Health & WELLth Festival and close with some collective connections through movement, music and song.

*Suggested donation of £20 per ticket / pay-what-you-can-afford

Disabled Access and Facilities

There is a step-free entrance to The Place. All the studios, meeting spaces and facilities are accessible by lift. There are accessible changing rooms with shower, and accessible toilets.

We ask wheelchair users to wipe their wheels before entering the dance studios.

We are also open to access animals, please let us know when booking if you may be bringing one with you.

Photography & Video

Photography and recording of any part of the event, where allowed by the facilitator, should be used for non-commercial, personal purposes only. Photographs, film or other audio-visual material recorded may not be sold, used or published commercially in any way whatsoever unless authorised in writing by Intercultural Roots. The use of photographic equipment, mobile telephones, tablets or other electronic devices, must not inconvenience any other person at the event. Television, live streaming and other film cameras may be in operation at the event, and may include filming for live broadcast and to produce research documentation and promotional or commercial photographs and videos. By attending an Intercultural Roots event, you consent to filming, photography and sound recording of yourself. Intercultural Roots and related third parties may use such films, photographs and/or recordings (including any copies) of your actual or simulated likeness without payment in perpetuity.

Medical Disclaimer

In attending this Intercultural Roots event you attest that, to the best of your knowledge, you suffer from no medical or physical condition or disability that will or might increase the normal risks associated with exercise; and / or your doctor has approved your participation in our activities.

Health & WELLth is organised and directed by Dr. Andrea Maciel and Dr. Alex Boyd and is part funded by the National Lottery Community Fund through a partnership of six UK registered charities led by Intercultural Roots.

www.interculturalroots.org

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