Anna Horton Cremin : Listening Playground workshops
Wild Rumpus : Scholar Green, Cheshire East

Saturday 18 September 2021, 10:30am – 12:30pm (Cheshire East residents only)
Saturday 25 September 2021, 12 – 6pm (part of Open Woods)

Come and build a listening playground…

Free workshops led by artist Anna Horton Cremin for all ages at Wild Rumpus (Scholar Green, Cheshire East)

We will start the workshop by exploring the woodlands together through mindfulness and listening activities, investigating the smallest sounds to the tallest treetops. We will then work together to collaboratively build a listening playground using a variety of materials and objects provided in the location.

The workshop will brings ideas of mindfulness, adventure play, and ecology to listen to the ecosystem at Wild Rumpus.

We encourage participants of all ages to come and take part, remembering how play and playgrounds can be important in stimulating bigger conversations. So whether you are a young family or a curious adult, we’d love to play! The activities will be for all ages.

Please bring suitable footwear, as the woodland space can get muddy.


Booking required. Please register your place(s) via Eventbrite by clicking the logo image below:

Saturday 18 September, 10:30am – 12:30pm (Cheshire East residents only)

Saturday 25 September, 12-6pm (part of Wild Rumpus’ Open Woods at The Whirligig)

Wild Rumpus, The Whirligig, Lunts Moss, Scholar Green, Cheshire, ST7 3QL


Open Woods at The Whirligig, Wild Rumpus

Come to The Whirligig Woods for a rare chance to explore where Wild Rumpus dream, create and make magic. We’ll have live music from singer and harpist Anna McLuckie, a Listening Playground workshop with Anna Horton-Cremin, as well as installations from some of our previous festivals and more. You’ll also be able to see some of our freelance makers at work on our upcoming projects.

Green Flamingo deli will be serving up a vegan BBQ to purchase, and there will be free hot drinks available to enjoy round our outdoor fire pit.

Open Day slots are available at two hour intervals so that we can safely manage the amount of people in the woods.

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