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Greenbelt news : This weekend, Solas Festival hosts its 10th festival, this year at its new locat…

This weekend, Solas Festival hosts its 10th festival, this year at its new locat...

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This weekend, Solas Festival hosts its 10th festival, this year at its new location – Errol Park, Perthshire. Described as “the most laid back of all Scotland’s summer festivals”, we can’t recommend it highly enough. Tickets are still available here: solasfestival.co.uk



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19 hours ago

Greenbelt Festival

Space2Breathe works with us to create the spirituality and wellbeing programming and provision we offer. Through their curation of the festival Chapel space and their own Sshhh… sessions they have become a much-loved staple of our weekend. They should have been with us again this year, but we all know how that worked out...

So we’re delighted that Andy Freeman and the S2B team have made one of their Ssshhh digital 15-minute meditations especially for us today.

This gentle meditation leads us through the longing and loss we’re all feeling knowing that we won’t be able to gather together. Take 15 minutes out of your Sunday and give yourself some space to breathe.


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1 day ago

Greenbelt Festival

In Place of War x Greenbelt Festival, with the incredible Emel Mathlouthi from Tunisia. Join us at 8PM UK TIME / 3PM NYC TIME. Donate to support the In Place of War COVID Emergency fund here: bit.ly/greenbeltfest

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That was beautiful! Thanks so much Emel

Beautiful!

Hello Emel 👋

Hi Geoffrey 👋

Evening all

Hello everyone! Not long until In Place of War go live now.

👏👏👏👏

👏👏👏👏👏👏

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

If you'd like to support IPoW and Emel, you can donate here: bit.ly/greenbeltfest (no obligation of course)

Thank you Greenbelt and In Place of War for this introduction to Emel. Astonishingly beautiful voice, beautiful music, powerful words. Blown away and tearful at that melody. ❤️

thank you Emel, in place of war, and GB

Kind of speechless, that voice is going to haunt me in the very best way!

Thank you Greenbelt and In Place of War!

Shivers and goosebumps, melody that transcends language barriers ❤️

That was just astonishing Emel, thank you, goosebumps all over!

Wasn’t expecting any Black Sabbath when I tuned in. Fantastic 🤘

This is utterly astonishing, realised what it was and grinned so wide!

Sound’s wonderful!

Steve, thanks for the nudge to make sure I watched tonight!

Very enjoyable set Emel.

So beautiful ❤️

Evening all from Leeds

Beautiful voice 😍

Beautiful

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2 days ago

Greenbelt Festival

Join us at 8pm tonight as In Place of War takeover our channel for a very special livestream, including a performance from Emel Mathlouthi.

Emel Mathlouthi intertwines twin commitments to nature and music, having first overcome an oppressive upbringing by turning to music as a teenager. Her song Kelmti Horra (My Word is Free) generated millions of views during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution. The song went on to become the anthem for the Arab Spring and she performed it at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert.

Pitchfork declared: “The world needs Emel Mathlouthi’s anthems against the dictatorship machine,” and NPR christened her, “The 21st century’s catalyst for change,” including her in their '200 Best Songs By 21st Century Women' feature.

Donate to support IPoW and Emel here: www.bit.ly/greenbeltfest

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2 days ago

Greenbelt Festival

We’re so excited to partner with In Place of War for their show at 8pm on Saturday. IPoW use artistic creativity as a tool for positive change. Tonight they take over our Facebook and YouTube to bring us something very special.

Via Tunisia and now NYC, singer Emel Mathlouthi intertwines twin commitments to nature and music, having first overcome an oppressive upbringing by turning to music as a teenager. Her song Kelmti Horra (My Word is Free) generated millions of views during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution. The song went on to become the anthem for the Arab Spring and she performed it at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert.

Pitchfork declared: “The world needs Emel Mathlouthi’s anthems against the dictatorship machine,” and NPR christened her, “The 21st century’s catalyst for change,” including her in their '200 Best Songs By 21st Century Women' feature.

You can donate to In Place of War and Emel here bit.ly/greenbeltfest

Join us on Facebook: bit.ly/gblive-emel-fb
Join us on YouTube: bit.ly/gblive-emel-yt
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We’re so excited to partner with In Place of War for their show at 8pm on Saturday. IPoW use artistic creativity as a tool for positive change. Tonight they take over our Facebook and YouTube to bring us something very special. 

Via Tunisia and now NYC, singer Emel Mathlouthi intertwines twin commitments to nature and music, having first overcome an oppressive upbringing by turning to music as a teenager. Her song Kelmti Horra (My Word is Free) generated millions of views during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution. The song went on to become the anthem for the Arab Spring and she performed it at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert.

Pitchfork declared: “The world needs Emel Mathlouthi’s anthems against the dictatorship machine,” and NPR christened her, “The 21st century’s catalyst for change,” including her in their 200 Best Songs By 21st Century Women feature.

You can donate to In Place of War and Emel here http://bit.ly/greenbeltfest

Join us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/gblive-emel-fb
Join us on YouTube: https://bit.ly/gblive-emel-yt
#EmelMathlouthi #In_Place_of_war #GBWildAtHome🌱

3 days ago

Greenbelt Festival

Garry Rutter is a member of St Luke’s Church, Holloway and a long-term Greenbelter. In fact, he was a co-host on the festival’s first ever podcast series, way back in 2009. He’s a modest and unassuming contributor to The Book of Queer Prophets and we love this little short he’s filmed to share his pride at being involved and seeing his work published. Go Garry.

Buy the book:
Amazon: amzn.to/2RrIZAu
Waterstones: bit.ly/3bIcJkI
Hive: bit.ly/3f516WS
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I wonder if he's related to the composer John Rutter?

Thank you very much 🏳️‍🌈 💖 😊 Did you mention that you had wrote a bit in this book Garry 😊 your definitely famous now 😊

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