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Being Well and Wonderous: a celebratory creative event

Being Well and Wonderous: a celebratory creative event

FREE, via Eventbrite

November 20th 2019

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Morning Workshop 10-1pm

Shared lunch 1-2pm

Afternoon Workshop 2-5pm

Art and culture have an important role in navigating and understanding our health and wellbeing. As a collective we have found making together, crafting and story writing has allowed us to explore what makes us human and supports us to celebrate being well with HIV.  

We are opening our practices to the general public, sharing how we work together to promote creativity, to celebrate all the wonderous of us, our uniqueness and our interconnectedness. The workshops will be co-led by Positively UK and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (RCSSD).

We invite you to join our workshops and share a vegan lunch together, nourishing body and soul. In the workshops, you will be able to do book binding, creative writing and design your own book cover. Come for the morning, the afternoon or both! The workshops are open to anybody who identifies as a woman or as non-binary; on this occasion no men. If this effects your ability to attend, please contact us. Creche facilities are available.


We are proud to co-create this event in partnership with Positively UK (, St Margaret’s House ( and the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (




·         Underground   From Bethnal Green Underground Station (Central Line), take the Museum of Childhood exit. Proceed along Museum frontage to the first corner which is Old Ford Road. Turn right into Old Ford Road and No.21 is on the other side of the road, just past York Hall.

·         Buses  Nos. 8 -106 - 254 - 309 - 388 - D3 and D6.

·         Car There should be parking in Victoria Park Square, Approach Road and other surrounding roads.

·         For accessibility enquiries for this event please contact Stuart at so we can discuss how best to assist with your enquiry.

Earlier Event: November 19
Three Acres and a Cow
Later Event: November 20
Matthew Grenz Quartet