LSE Branch Out festival Part 2

Part 2 of our LSE Space for Thought Branch Out festival work.

We collaborated with Summer All Year Long, our singing friends to match songs and stories to the themes being explored by the festival.

Here we respond to Nature with SAYL singing the traditional folk song, One May Morning Early (arranged by Mel Harrold) and Gloria Sanders reading Birdland by Joan Taylor-Rowan. from Stations.

followed by our interpretation of Food Fashion: Jo Widdowson reading Monsieur Fromage by Rosalind Stopps, from Lovers’ Lies

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