There's a whole program of circus skills workshops, Willow Wonky games, healing, drumming workshops, stone balancing, Yoga (for children & adults) and circus skills - T’Other Field is the place to be.
We will also have a full veggie and vegan café where you can indulge in a scrumptious selection of home cooked organic vegetarian, nutritious and delicious food at realistic prices. The menu ranges from authentic Indian spiced chai. All served in real mugs - none of which cost the earth! Served by a family-run crew who are more than eager to offer a smile and spread the happiness.
We welcome Smoky Tentacles to Willowman this year! Housed in an exclusive Moroccan marquee, Smoky Tentacles is a beautiful and unique chill-out lounge and café, the perfect place for the festival-goer to relax with friends until the small hours. Think comfy rugs, cushions and low slung tables, ambient lighting, oil projections, great tunes and vibes to create one of the most popular spaces on the festival scene.
Serving a staple of fifteen flavours of shisha in traditional Egyptian hookah pipes, you can also enjoy delicious fairly traded teas and coffees from around the globe, freshly made chai, organic soft drinks, amazing breakfasts, gourmet toasties and lush cakes. Check out more at http://www.smokytentacles.com/
Say hello to Vicky!
Willowman are delighted to welcome Vicky who will be coordinating actitvities on the T'Other Field this year. With over 15 years in community arts Vicky will be bringing her experience to curate a wide range of workshops, performances and artists to delight children and family festival-goers.
Will be appearing in the T'Other Field with multi-disciplinary acrobatic and aerial skills. Fire and glow performing, juggling and stilt walking.
African drumming groups
Amy Cawthorne is a professional drumming teacher and workshop leader who runs her own drum group RAD. They will be performing on the Sunday. Amy will run workshops on Friday and Sunday giving you the chance to be part of your very own drumming troupe!
Morwenna Catt will be running workshops everyday at the festival. She is an internationally exhibiting artist and designer with a specialism in textiles and sculptural textiles. Her work often responds to literary and heritage themes. Morwenna is working on a studio series of 'modern shaman' pieces based on folkloric tales and the threads of DNA that stitch our ancient past to the complexities of our modern lives, creating embroidered totemic creatures, gowns and headdresses.