Wonderland

Details

Venue The Ship Studio and Upper Gatehouse

Event hosted by The Craft Revolution and Me and East

When: Thursday 29th November, 10am-4pm (plus preview party, 6-9pm - all welcome!). Friday 30 November-Sunday 2 December, 10am-4pm.

Prices

Free entry to event; workshops are ticketed. See individual workshops for timing and pricing.

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About this event

Wonderland. Where you get to meet over 60 of the best makers in the South West. A place to stop, eat, drink, shop, play, make dance, sing, listen and enjoy.

Expect fire, expect fun, expect desire. Make your own gifts with your favourite makers. Don’t miss Dark Poetry, Romany band, Nordic and Baltic choir, Santa Frau, Kids Create Workshops and the tiniest Gin Palace in the World.

Plus:

Studio 45 pottery | Dartington Printmakers ‘Off the Peg’ show | Bookbinding | Sculptworks | Shippon Open Studios | Dartington Food Hall

WORKSHOPS

MAKE YOUR OWN GIFTS WITH YOUR FAVOURITE MAKER!
MEET THE MAKERS HERE – OR

MUSIC & POETRY

JOIN THE WONDERLAND CHOIR (SEE BELOW)
KATE FERGUSON
ROMANY BAND – LVOV AFFAIR
ROS BRADY AND SI BARRON
AND
KATE FERGUSON
ROMANY BAND – LVOV AFFAIR
ROS BRADY AND SI BARRON

KIDS CREATE: NATURE MAKE

MAKE YOUR OWN MAGICAL GIFTS!
COME AND MEET SANTA FRAU!
BOOK YOUR WORKSHOP PLACE HERE >

FOOD & DRINK

WORLD’S TINIEST GIN PALACE (12-5PM EVERY DAY)
RUSTY PIG
THE KITCHEN TABLE
THE WHITE HART
THE GREEN TABLE
BAR BLAH BLAH
PUTT PUTT COFFEE VAN
FOOD HALL (IN VISITOR CENTRE)

Join the Wonderland Choir!

  • Learn Baltic and Nordic songs to sing at Wonderland
  • Rehearsals: November 11, 18, 25, all 2-4pm, Chicken Shed Studio, Schumacher College, Dartington
  • Need to be available for performances across the Wonderland event

3 sessions £20. Places limited. Enquiries: Ros Walker, rozwalker@hotmail.co.uk / 07816 936 521

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Dartington is an old place with a new story.

The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.

This idea is as true today is it ever was.

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