TERRAIN Talk 006 builds on TT05 by bringing together two practitioners operating in very different geographies. Both are at the sharp edge of change in our industry, promoting and, more importantly, implementing innovative bio-regional practices.
Ken De Cooman is a co-founder of BC Architects, Studies and BC Materials.
Jez Ralph is the founding director of Evolving Forests.
Oliver Lowenstein (Chair) is a writer and the editor of the award winning cultural review magazine, Fourth Door Review.
Terrain Talks is a forum for the discussion, reflection and celebration of regional and rural architecture + landscape.
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Join us for an unforgettable evening of Christmas joy at theRE//CHOIRED Christmas ConcertatSt John’s Church, Bridgetown, Totnes, UK!
Get ready to immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies and harmonies of our talented choir as they perform your favourite Christmas carols and songs. The concert promises to be a heartwarming celebration of the holiday season, filled with festive cheer and beautiful music.
Don't miss out on this magical experience that will leave you feeling merry and bright. Grab your friends and family and come celebrate Christmas with us at theRE//CHOIRED Christmas Concert!
When the sun disappears from the Tundra sky, the Arctic animals band together to find it. But are the strongest creatures best equipped for the task? Maybe someone with long ears that is faster, smarter, and more agile is required.
With music, puppets and songs, come to hear the story of Leapa the fearless Arctic Hare as they save the realm from a villainous beast; bring the light back to the day and make the night sky glow!
The Fabularium are coming to Dartington, with a story all the way from Far East Asia! Expect to see new animal headpieces, new puppets, new original music, and for the first time ever – illuminations!
The Fabularium will have been creating work for 10 years in 2020, ranging from walkabout animations and processions to static cart shows in large festivals and indoor rural touring. Their unique storytelling and adaptions of old tales, blended with live original music, mask work and puppetry, date back to 2010 where they developed performances for the Coventry Mysteries Festival. The Fabularium now tour and perform to national and international audiences.
11am or 1pm, Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 December 2023Suggested age suitability 5 – 12 years
Studio 1, Dartington Trust, South Devon
£12 | £8 Under 16 | Family Tickets £30 and £24. Select tickets then discount applies automatically
Members discount applies automatically at checkout.