This event has been postponed-new date TBC
The Barn Elms Manor Banquet with Jonathan Wright and special guest Ophelia Field, 7 – 9pm, indoors in the Kingfisher Cafe
Jonathan Wright and Ophelia Field, author of ‘The Kit Cat Club’, present a contemporary take on the 18th century Mutton Pie Banquet. In the 1700s, Barn Elms Manor stood on the London WWT site. It was home to publisher Jacob Tonson, founder and secretary of the Kit Cat Club, whose members were influential writers and politicians. Enjoy a vegan ‘mutton pie’ and a drink in a specially engraved toasting glass whilst Ophelia and Jonathan discuss the Kit-Cat Club Banquets and their infamous toasts to the beauties of the day.
Booking essential, purchase tickets here
Thursday 21st October
Working in the Anthropocene, 5-7pm, online event
Wetlands Unravelled challenged artists to research and think through conflicts existing on a conservation site such as London WWT. In response, they produced artworks that question our understanding of the concepts of conserva1on and the roles we assume to play within it. Speakers include Wetlands Unravelled artists and scientists from London WWT, followed by a Q&A.
Free online event, booking essential.
Saturday 13th November
Sound Workshop with Gavin Osborn, 2 – 4pm, indoors in the H20 Building
Using a mixture of sound recordings and materials found on site, you can gather and record sounds to build an imaginative collaborative sound piece inspired by London WWT, guided by Gavin Osborn. All equipment provided.
Free with ticket entry, maximum 10 participants, children must be accompanied by an adult, booking essential
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