We are pleased to present the 'Wander' film series, which was supported by the Mental Health Foundation. These short films give you a window in to beautiful venues and locations in England and the Netherlands, with accompanying words from creatives including Richard E. Grant, Joseph Marcell, Natasha McElhorne, Quentin Blake and Juliet Stevenson.
During these uncertain times, the Mental Health Foundation have been providing tips on many things including how to manage your anxiety. One way is to delve into a world of art and beauty and virtually experience it. The series was conceived by the artist, Beau Kerouac and is supported by Ribena with mental health tips from the Mental Health Foundation. The aim of the series is to bring meditation and escapism – just for five minutes – but hopefully lasting for longer in our minds at this difficult time.
The V&A (part 1)
Richard E. Grant reads his favourite passage from 'Alice in Wonderland' at the V&A - Part 1 of 2.
The V&A (part 2)
Richard E. Grant reads his favourite passage from 'Alice In Wonderland' at the V&A - Part 2 of 2.
Van Gogh Museum
A Letter From Vincent, read by Simon Callow at the Van Gogh Museum.
The Globe Theatre
Joseph Marcell reads Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre.
Curiosity, written by Jane Austin, read by Quentin Blake at Stonehenge.
Royal Albert Hall
'Place', an original reading by Jordan Stephens at the Royal Albert Hall.
Natasha McElhorne reads a passage about trees by Hermann Hesse, at Kew Gardens.
The Evolution of a Global Movement, original words read by Kaya Scodelario and L.A. Salami.
English National Ballet
Poems by WB Yeats, read by Juliet Stevenson, with English National Ballet.
Bristol Old Vic
Bristol Old Vic, past, present & future, read by Jeremy Irons, Stephanie Cole & Miles Chambers.