Hai Media Group’s debut of an all-female revue of The Wind in the Willows was met with smiles, laughs and applause at The Secret Garden Party festival of art and music.
Our cast included a line-up of talented women who entertained the festival attendants as Toad (Lisa Devaney), Lead Weasel (Ali Rawlings), Badger (Mary Epworth), Ratty (Lucy Lowe) and Mole (Cheyne Pride). We also had supporting weasels and rabbits thanks to Andy and Sadie Spector, Emma Simpkins, and Will Twynham.
For a full-write up about the show, please visit these blog posts:
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This summer brings the debut of 2gether08, a new festival for London sponsored by Channel 4 and hosted by PolicyUnplugged from 2-3 July 2008. On the agenda is a vision of applying innovative digital technologies (internet, mobile, games, and more) and imagination to promote:
- social progress,
- enhance the quality of public life and our collective well-being, and
- to tackle the problems facing the world at the outset of the 21st century.
The first 2gether Festival will gather 300 innovators from a wide range of fields to focus on how using digital technologies we can generate real social benefits. At its heart is a DIY spirit where workshops and panel discussions will be shaped by participants, and action items for change will be determined throughout the gathering as discussions emerge.
2 – 3 July 2008
London E2 7ES
Register for tickets here: http://www.2gether08.eventbrite.com/
*Early Bird Discount until Monday, 16th July 2008
An eclectic mix of technologists, policy makers, campaigners, TV producers, software and games developers, designers, politicians, digital innovators, writers, bloggers, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, leaders from charities, NGOs and leading players in the marketing, PR, cultural and creative fields as well as anyone else who believes that creative use of emerging digital technologies can generate solutions to society’s most pressing problems.
2gether08 is a Hai Media Group supported event.
For full details, please download this event alert: