Rowanbank Environmental Arts & Education’s Summer Tour has taken us to Southern France, in search of some September sunshine and evergreen oak trees! We are now busy rehearsing our new show, and organising our exciting Autumn projects (more info on these will be coming soon).
Since we were last in touch our Magical Woodland Walk ‘creatures’ have continued to pop up in the trees with their trapezes, ropes, hula hoops, fiddles and golden tea pots, and have been delighting audiences with their unruly tea parties!!
We have travelled far and wide to reach the tallest (and smallest) of trees (and people), and have been celebrating the amazing apple harvest in Wales with the Woodland Trust; performing in Porthkerry Country Park; performing with the Playtopia crew at Shambala Festival and premiering our new show at at the Just So Festival. We’ve also visited the inspiring National Communities Resource Centre (Trafford Hall) and the Green Britain Centre (Ecotricity); and last but not least, we have facilitated two creative learning projects for the Galloper off-shore wind farm and Goole II on-shore wind farm (with Innogy Renewables UK).
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