[Sadly, we have to cancel this year’s festival. Even if we might somehow be allowed to gather it just didn’t seem ethical to put everyone at risk. We’ll be back in 2021 and if you’d like to know the dates just sign up for the newsletter on the left.
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Acro-yoga – chi kung – spoken word readings – contact improvisation – percussion – fire making – freeing the voice – creative writing – physical theatre – massage – mantra singing – the joy of dance – storytelling – theatre games – song writing – yoga – eating wild plants – bushcraft – illustration – baking cakes – juggling – anything else you can think of…
You’re invited to join 125 interesting people in a week of learning, free expression and creativity. There will be up to 12 workshops and activities a day giving you the chance to learn new skills, explore your creative potential and meet amazing people from all over the world.
We’ll be bringing in a bunch of travelling musicians to jam around the fires through the day and night and will organise activities from singing mantras at night to storytelling to collective poetry readings in the forest.
The Festival of Creativity is a different kind of festival – one where you take part! Each person who comes can propose to teach or share or organise an activity whether it’s a moonlight walk on the hill or a discussion circle on the Meaning of Life. The idea is to get involved, get inspired and share who you are.
It doesn’t matter who you are – old, young, experienced, new to this kind of thing – all that matters is that you bring a sense of curiosity and humour with you. That’s all you need to make friends and have a great time.
We’ll be camping in a beautiful range of hills in the south west of the Czech Republic with a little lake and we’ll provide all the food, tea and coffee each day as we eat, sing and learn together.
Learn more about the festival!
And remember: there are just 100 places so book your place while there’s still space…