Play – The Life of Pi – Review

This play is an adaptation of the wonderful novel 'Life of Pi' by Yann Martel. This stage production is amazing, with stunning visual effects and life-sized puppets of animals such as a tiger, orangutan, hyena and zebra. These are animated by puppeteers, and it’s done so well that I was captivated by their life-like portrayal.  

Play – The Life of Pi – Review2023-12-04T09:28:34+00:00

Festival – Vegan Camp Out – Review

This festival was held at Bicester, Oxfordshire 28th – 31st July 2023. I am currently pescatarian and vegan curious and I’ve been cooking more vegan meals lately so I thought it would be a good idea to check out this festival to find out more about veganism and I was so pleased that I did.

Festival – Vegan Camp Out – Review2023-08-04T15:22:45+00:00

Art Installation – The Waters are Coming by Phil Barton

Have you ever looked out to sea and been mesmerised by the waves rolling in? I have on many occasions. For me, I feel a visceral connection with the Earth when I see water rising and falling. And this is why I found this installation so compelling. It's about rising sea levels and our need to address human induced climate change.

Art Installation – The Waters are Coming by Phil Barton2023-04-28T08:54:43+00:00

Film – A Trip to Infinity – Documentary

The concept of ‘infinity’ is amazing. Did you know that it can be shown, mathematically, that there are different kinds of infinity, some bigger than others? I find that incredible. This documentary takes you through the ideas of infinity, where it started, different kinds of infinity and the puzzles that are thrown up by the concept.

Film – A Trip to Infinity – Documentary2022-12-21T14:51:26+00:00

Book – ‘Folk Tales from the Garden’ by Donald Smith

What lies at the heart of Green Spiritual practice is the ever turning wheel of the seasons, the constantly changing lunar cycle as the moon waxes and wanes, the cycle of the year as Spring grows to Summer. Donald Smith has produced a lovely little book which celebrates just that in the form of stories and of his own garden. Enchanting tales punctuate his telling of his own year journey, from snowdrops to ivy.

Book – ‘Folk Tales from the Garden’ by Donald Smith2022-11-04T09:21:12+00:00

Music Album – Fossora by Björk – Review

I have been a fan of Björk’s incredible singing abilities and creative compositions for some years, especially since her crossover album Vespertine, which signalled a change in direction from predominantly Techno music to establishing a newer style of compositions and sounds. On the album before Vespertine, Homogenic, Björk began to experiment with more than just electronic wizardry and drums and included much more of an array of instruments in her compositions. And since Vesperine, she has included traditional choirs in her songs and music, which have become almost impossible to categorise, except perhaps Björkian.

Music Album – Fossora by Björk – Review2022-10-16T08:23:07+00:00

Music – Blue Pearl – Review

Blue Pearl is a ground-breaking new oratorio for choir, four solo singers and orchestra. It conveys a contemporary view of spirituality which transcends individual religious traditions, embracing humanity, and the earth, as a whole. ‘Blue Pearl’ is the earth, as seen from space: a unity; our precious home.

Music – Blue Pearl – Review2022-05-16T16:17:28+00:00

Film – Becoming Cousteau – Review

This film is about the life of this incredible man, his personal journey and how it profoundly changed him. Early in his life, he had a bad car accident which propelled him towards swimming and diving to help relieve pressure on some of his bones. And this led to a life long passion for the sea and all of its ecosystems.

Film – Becoming Cousteau – Review2022-04-03T11:38:38+00:00

“The Search for the Elves’ Cure” – a storybook for young GreenSpirits

Paths that change direction as you walk, mysterious green mists, friendly and not so friendly nature spirits, magical inscriptions, brambles that smother your path, eyes that follow you everywhere you go. Protected only by special herbs, Jack and his sister Ruby face all of these and other dangers in their quest to find the Elves’ Cure. But are they prepared for the greatest evil of them all, the shape-shifter?

“The Search for the Elves’ Cure” – a storybook for young GreenSpirits2022-03-14T14:32:32+00:00
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