Come & Sing and Record this Christmas!

Exclusive vocal workshops at stunning new events space
A special Christmas-themed day of singing and recording

Sunday 10th December 2017

10am - 1pm or 3pm - 6pm

 

All Singers Welcome!

The Workshop:

By popular demand we are hosting the first ever James Hawkins Music Christmas A Cappella and A Ca"POP"pa (see what we did there?) Singing & Recording Workshop on Sunday 10th December.

Join the talented choir director and music producer, Jim Hawkins, fresh from the finals of Britain's Got Talent and at his favourite recording studio, to sing and record several Christmas songs in a very original way.

The feedback from our last workshop was phenomenal, thrilling and inspiring.

This December we'll welcome a new group of singers to come and sing together. We are a welcoming bunch, so feel free to attend alone or with friends, you'll be well looked after either way.

You will come away with four tracks performed by you, so you can delight your family, friends and office colleagues with a ready-made album that you can proudly play at every Christmas party you attend from now on. Whether you enjoy the challenge of the A Cappella session and/or the fun Christmas party atmosphere of the afternoon A CaPOPpa workshop - OR BOTH! - there's something for everyone.

Why record?

This is a workshop that brings together Jim's passion for finding untapped potential in the amateur voice, and using the recording and production process to facilitate this. Jim loves to teach and demonstrate to singers who are not professionally trained how good they can sound together.  Through teaching and now the process of making recordings, singers at any stage of their journey can learn, achieve a boost in confidence, and inspiration, as well as have a fantastic, memorable experience.

Here are two sessions to choose from and during each session we will rehearse, sing and record four different songs over a three-hour period.

Giving Back

We will be donating 10% of profits from the workshop towards the Choirs With Purpose charities that Jim has been working closely with all summer.

The Sessions and the Songs!

These will operate on a first-come, first-served basis at a price of £35 per person for one three-hour session at the newly built Events Space at The National Archives, in Kew, London. You are of course more than welcome to attend both!

A glimpse of our last Recording workshop

The cost of the recording workshop includes:

  • All musical scores*
  • Pre-recorded audio resources to help you learn your part in advance*
  • All final recordings made will be yours to keep and made available exclusively to you approximately a week after the recording session**
  • Sessions are open to those aged 16 or over only.

 

Session 1: 10am – 1pm

This morning session is for anyone who enjoys the challenge and beauty of singing a cappella and will include the following songs:

  • Carol Of The Bells
  • Little Drummer Boy
  • Christmas Lullabye
  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Session 2: 3pm – 6pm

This afternoon session is for anyone who enjoys singing the classic Christmas pop songs and will include:

  • Merry Christmas Everyone
  • Mary's Boy Child
  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  • Merry Xmas/War Is Over

Frequently Asked Questions:

Why the National Archives?

The National Archives may sound like a strange place to visit to record a pop-up choir, but it has a brand new, large and acoustically treated events space, perfect for recording large groups of singers. As well as the room being well designed for this style and scale of teaching and performance, James Hawkins Music is now fully equipped to record choirs on location. This set up will give us an honest, undoctored play-back and a clear representation of our singing. The National Archives is also a stunning setting, and its brand new decor will lend a touch of class to the day helping to promote a higher standard of performance.

Why record?

The recording environment has one very unique and important aspect, which helps us improve at a faster rate. This is the simple ability to play back our performance for instant feedback.

Working with Jim and our play-back we can produce much more fine-tuned feedback and specific feedback to enhance everything, from an entire performance, or single small fragments of bars. So we’ll be able to make improvements and keep improvements and raise the standard our singing overall.

Do I need to be able to read musical scores?

No, not at all. In advance, by e-mail we will send you audio recordings of the part you choose to learn along with copies of the musical scores. You’ll have plenty of time to listen and learn the part by ear. Plus Jim will assist you throughout the session and especially through any tricky bits. In our experience we find people enjoy having a musical score as a guide. Even if you don’t read music, you can follow a line up and down with an audio track to help you. We find it’s a wonderful stepping stone to learning how to read music in the future.

 

Will we have time to practise as a group before the recording session?

There won’t be a separate group rehearsal ahead of the recording session. But you will be sent complete audio recordings of each song part, and the musical score as a guide, well in advance of the recording day for you to rehearse individually. (These will be released no later than one month beforehand or, if you book a place after that date, they will be available to download from your confirmation email immediately). During the recording session, Jim will lead you through the songs in warm up and there will also be plenty of opportunity to record and re-record parts of the songs in isolation, if some tricky bits catch the choir out!

Must I have attended the JHM workshop first time around?

We welcome everyone who loves to sing! You don’t need to have attended before. Simply choose the session with the songs you like the best, or if you can’t decide, do both 🙂

Am I able to request a refund if I can no longer make the event?

No, we do not offer refunds. However, you are free to arrange for another person to take your place, and/or sell on your ticket if you need to. You may use our Facebook page to advertise any spare tickets if you wish.

Is there car parking available?

Yes, there is a large, free visitors car park at The National Archives, in Kew. Follow Sat Nav instructions to Bessant Drive and follow signs to the Visitors Car Park.

Can I take photos and videos on my mobile phone or other device on the day?

Yes, you can. We have purchased a full licence for us to record video and take photographs from our sessions. Please take note of the IMPORTANT INFORMATION section at the bottom of this page about how you may use this footage.

Are there disabled facilites and access?

Yes, The National Archives is equipped with disabled access and facilities. See more information here. If you have any specific questions about The Events Space, please let us know before booking and we will check with the venue to make sure we can accommodate you comfortably.

Is there a dress code for the workshop?

No. You can wear whatever you’re comfortable singing in, as long as it’s decent 😉

Can I bring a non-singer as a guest to the workshop?

No. This is not a public performance. Tickets are available only to people who will be fully participating in each recording session. If you have special needs and require a helper, this is an exception, so please let us know and we will make arrangements with you.

The National Archives is open to the general public, however, and a guest can make a visit to the rest of the facilities if they wish.

Will the 3-hour session include a break?

No. Please prepare to be singing and recording for the whole three hours. Every minute counts and we’re going to be as professional as possible.

You will of course be able to use facilities before and after the session and we won’t stop you leaving the session if there’s urgency.

What time shall I arrive and where do I go?

After booking your ticket, we will send you an itinerary of the Workshop session nearer the time. This will include specific instructions for arrival and meeting points etc.

May I purchase a ticket on behalf of someone else?

Yes, you can. This is useful if you want to buy a Workshop place as a gift for a loved one, or if you want to book tickets on behalf of a group. It’s probably best not to make this a surprise gift though, as the attendee will need to practise and learn their vocal parts before attending.

The booking form asks for the name(s) of the person(s) attending the workshop, if it is different from the person booking the ticket. You will also be asked what voice part the attendee(s) will sing. The e-mail confirmation includes the E-ticket and is sent to the person buying the ticket, so you will be responsible for sharing those details with the attendee(s). Similarly the correspondence regarding preparing for the Workshop, with links to musical resources, will be sent to the person buying the ticket, so we ask you to share that to the person(s) attending.

Workshop details:

  • Music Producer, arranger and choral director: James Hawkins
  • Venue: The Events Space, The National Archives, Kew, London TW9 4DU
  • Date: Sunday 10th December 2017
  • Cost per person per 3-hour session: £35.00 (booking fee and V.A.T. included)

 

Important information

*All musical resources, both audio and scores, will be made available in good time before the workshops. Sharing these resources with any third parties is strictly prohibited.

** Date of delivery of recordings will be subject to mixing and digital preparation and may take longer than one week after the recording session. JHM reserves the right to deliver final recordings later than one week after the recording session and within a two-week period. In the unlikely event that JHM experiences unforeseen technical problems with the recordings, the delay will be longer and JHM will promptly communicate a new delivery date to all participants informing them of the expected delay period.

Participants own shared rights in the sound recordings only. By paying the participation fee of £35 (or £30 early bird pricing) to JHM, all sound recording owners automatically agree to not use the recordings for future commercial or charity release, re-sale, sync licensing, broadcast, online playlisting or any other known or unknown form of direct commercial online sales.

Any mass duplication and transference of recordings to CD, Minidisc, vinyl, tape, video, USB drive, hard drives, or other known or unknown hard-copy/media is prohibited.

All sound recording owners are only permitted to display and share recordings made on December 10th 2017 using www.soundcloud.com.

All sound recording owners are only permitted to embed soundcloud links into any personal websites and are openly permitted to use recordings for promotional and display purposes only. Recordings must not be sold.

*** Recordings can be uploaded to Internet sites with MCPS clearance only, such as www.soundcloud.com.

The Missing People Choir on Britain’s Got Talent 2017

The Missing People Choir mosaic of members

The Missing People Choir was created in June 2014 by James Hawkins Music and the charity Missing People for those who have had someone missing in their lives.

Most recently James was proud to have prepared and directed the choir’s Britain’s Got Talent audition on the London Palladium stage. Read how Simon Cowell tips them as a favourite in the competition.

James says, “When the choir auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent they weren’t nervous at all; it was just like any other performance because for them it is not about winning or losing a competition. They are singing for a reason, to reach out to a loved one.”

The first episode of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent was on ITV on Saturday 15th April 2017.

You can read more about The Missing People Choir here. 

All Singers – Recording and Singing Workshop

All singers are invited to join us for an exclusive vocal workshop at Jim's favourite recording studio, and learn about how performance can be enhanced via the process of recording.

Plus Special Guest Vocalists!

Saturday May 6th 2017

10am - 1pm or 3pm - 6pm

 

Thank you for an AWESOME DAY!

The Workshop:

All singers are invited to join us for a unique workshop at Jim's favourite recording studio, and learn about how performance can be enhanced via the process of recording.

What's more, you will be singing with the stars, as 80s icon Carol Decker (T'Pau) and the brilliant Alistair Griffin (Fame Academy) will join our choir on the day, to lead two songs. 

It will be the first time this group of singers will have met and sung together, but they are a welcoming bunch, so feel free to attend alone or with a group - you'll be well looked after either way.

And you'll come away with three tracks performed by you and the rest of the first ever 'James Hawkins Music Pop-Up Workshop Choir' to keep forever!

Why record?

This is a workshop that brings together Jim's passion for finding untapped potential in the amateur voice, and using the recording and production process to facilitate this. Jim loves to teach and demonstrate to singers who are not professionally trained how good they can sound together.  Through teaching and now the process of making recordings, singers at any stage of their journey can learn, achieve a boost in confidence, and inspiration, as well as have a fantastic, memorable experience.

This concept has been germinating for a long time so we are very excited to finally realise this vision.

There are two sessions to choose from and during each session we will rehearse, sing and record three different songs over a three-hour period.

The Sessions and the Songs!

We were delighted to welcome Carol Decker,  the fabulous vocal talent from '80s supergroup T'Pau who took the lead vocal in this session for Too Late Baby and gifted vocalist Alastair Griffin who sang lead on God Only Knows.

The cost of the recording workshop includes:

  • All musical scores*
  • Pre-recorded audio resources to help you learn your part in advance*
  • All final recordings made will be yours to keep and made available exclusively to you approximately a week after the recording session**
  • Sessions are open to those aged 16 or over only.

 

Singers with scores smiling

Morning session recordings!

Afternoon Session Recordings!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Why the National Archives?

The National Archives may sound like a strange place to visit to record a pop-up choir, but it has a brand new, large and acoustically treated events space, perfect for recording large groups of singers. As well as the room being well designed for this style and scale of teaching and performance, James Hawkins Music is now fully equipped to record choirs on location. This set up will give us an honest, undoctored play-back and a clear representation of our singing. The National Archives is also a stunning setting, and its brand new decor will lend a touch of class to the day helping to promote a higher standard of performance.

Why record?

The recording environment has one very unique and important aspect, which helps us improve at a faster rate. This is the simple ability to play back our performance for instant feedback.

Working with Jim and our play-back we can produce much more fine-tuned feedback and specific feedback to enhance everything, from an entire performance, or single small fragments of bars. So we’ll be able to make improvements and keep improvements and raise the standard our singing overall.

Do I need to be able to read musical scores?

No, not at all. In advance, by e-mail we will send you audio recordings of the part you choose to learn along with copies of the musical scores. You’ll have plenty of time to listen and learn the part by ear. Plus Jim will assist you throughout the session and especially through any tricky bits. In our experience we find people enjoy having a musical score as a guide. Even if you don’t read music, you can follow a line up and down with an audio track to help you. We find it’s a wonderful stepping stone to learning how to read music in the future.

 

Will we have time to practise as a group before the recording session?

There won’t be a separate group rehearsal ahead of the recording session. But you will be sent complete audio recordings of each song part, and the musical score as a guide, well in advance of the recording day for you to rehearse individually. (These will be released no later than one month beforehand or, if you book a place after that date, they will be available to download from your confirmation email immediately). During the recording session, Jim will lead you through the songs in warm up and there will also be plenty of opportunity to record and re-record parts of the songs in isolation, if some tricky bits catch the choir out!

Must I have attended the JHM workshop first time around?

We welcome everyone who loves to sing! You don’t need to have attended before. Simply choose the session with the songs you like the best, or if you can’t decide, do both 🙂

Am I able to request a refund if I can no longer make the event?

No, we do not offer refunds. However, you are free to arrange for another person to take your place, and/or sell on your ticket if you need to. You may use our Facebook page to advertise any spare tickets if you wish.

Is there car parking available?

Yes, there is a large, free visitors car park at The National Archives, in Kew. Follow Sat Nav instructions to Bessant Drive and follow signs to the Visitors Car Park.

Can I take photos and videos on my mobile phone or other device on the day?

Yes, you can. We have purchased a full licence for us to record video and take photographs from our sessions. Please take note of the IMPORTANT INFORMATION section at the bottom of this page about how you may use this footage.

Are there disabled facilites and access?

Yes, The National Archives is equipped with disabled access and facilities. See more information here. If you have any specific questions about The Events Space, please let us know before booking and we will check with the venue to make sure we can accommodate you comfortably.

Is there a dress code for the workshop?

No. You can wear whatever you’re comfortable singing in, as long as it’s decent 😉

Can I bring a non-singer as a guest to the workshop?

No. This is not a public performance. Tickets are available only to people who will be fully participating in each recording session. If you have special needs and require a helper, this is an exception, so please let us know and we will make arrangements with you.

The National Archives is open to the general public, however, and a guest can make a visit to the rest of the facilities if they wish.

Will the 3-hour session include a break?

No. Please prepare to be singing and recording for the whole three hours. Every minute counts and we’re going to be as professional as possible.

You will of course be able to use facilities before and after the session and we won’t stop you leaving the session if there’s urgency.

What time shall I arrive and where do I go?

After booking your ticket, we will send you an itinerary of the Workshop session nearer the time. This will include specific instructions for arrival and meeting points etc.

May I purchase a ticket on behalf of someone else?

Yes, you can. This is useful if you want to buy a Workshop place as a gift for a loved one, or if you want to book tickets on behalf of a group. It’s probably best not to make this a surprise gift though, as the attendee will need to practise and learn their vocal parts before attending.

The booking form asks for the name(s) of the person(s) attending the workshop, if it is different from the person booking the ticket. You will also be asked what voice part the attendee(s) will sing. The e-mail confirmation includes the E-ticket and is sent to the person buying the ticket, so you will be responsible for sharing those details with the attendee(s). Similarly the correspondence regarding preparing for the Workshop, with links to musical resources, will be sent to the person buying the ticket, so we ask you to share that to the person(s) attending.

Workshop details:

  • Music Producer, arranger and choral director: James Hawkins
  • Venue: Abbey Road Studios, 3 Abbey Road, London, NW8 9AY
  • Date: Saturday May 6th 2016
  • Cost per person per 3-hour session: £57.00 (booking fee and V.A.T. included)

 

Important information

*All musical resources, both audio and scores, will be made available to fully paid up participants no later than 3rd April 2017. Sharing these resources with any third parties is strictly prohibited.

** Date of delivery of recordings will be subject to mixing and digital preparation and may take longer than one week after the recording session. JHM reserves the right to deliver final recordings later than one week after the recording session and within a two-week period. In the unlikely event that JHM experiences unforeseen technical problems with the recordings, the delay will be longer and JHM will promptly communicate a new delivery date to all participants informing them of the expected delay period.

Participants own shared rights in the sound recordings only. By paying the participation fee of £57 to JHM, all sound recording owners automatically agree to not use the recordings for future commercial or charity release, re-sale, sync licensing, broadcast, online playlisting or any other known or unknown form of direct commercial online sales.

Any mass duplication and transference of recordings to CD, Minidisc, vinyl, tape, video, USB drive, hard drives, or other known or unknown hard-copy/media is prohibited.

All sound recording owners are only permitted to display and share recordings made on May 6th 2017 using www.soundcloud.com.

All sound recording owners are only permitted to embed soundcloud links into any personal websites and are openly permitted to use recordings for promotional and display purposes only. Recordings must not be sold.

*** Recordings can be uploaded to Internet sites with MCPS clearance only, such as www.soundcloud.com.

The London Hospices Choir and Paul Carrack, The Living Years

Jim conducting the tenors for The Living Years at Abbey Road Studios

Last Christmas James Hawkins Music project-managed and produced The Living Years by the London Hospices Choir and Paul Carrack. Film maker Rav Vagdama has created this short film about the making of the song.

Watch here:

We brought together a specially created choir of 300 patients, families, staff and volunteers of all ages from 18 hospices across London with Paul Carrack, the song’s original singer. The song was released at Christmas 2016 to raise awareness and vital funds for the hospices, and stayed at the top of the Official Physical Sales Chart for two weeks.

BA Robertson, the writer of The Living Years, highly commended the new version saying that the vocal was “better than the original”.

Say It In The Living Years artwork

This beautiful song is still available to download here.

HMV (Physical CD)

Amazon (Physical CD)

Amazon (Digital)

iTunes

Lead vocalist, Paul Carrack, said, “The Living Years has been an important song for me for many years, but this is the version that means the most. Recording it with this incredibly special group of people for such a worthwhile cause has created some kind of magic. It’s a powerful and inspiring track, and I hope that everyone gets behind it this Christmas.”

 

Press Enquiries: jameshawkinsmusic.pr@gmail.com

The One Thing Everyone Can Do To Become A Great Singer

Having worked with singers for 15 years as a musician, music producer, teacher and choir director, I am well versed in the importance of numerous singing techniques, and imagine that you may be expecting me now to extol the virtues of one of them.

There’s no question that good vocal coaching and a disciplined approach to practise will make an enormous difference to a singer’s ability.

But there’s a BUT – and it’s a big one…

One single factor makes or breaks a singer’s performance. When it isn’t there, a performance can feel empty and somehow disconnected. The right notes at the right time in the right order just isn’t enough.

When it happens, it inevitably stills the room. People listen.

It’s not about breathing, vowel shape, image, 100 percent pitch accuracy that would put a computer to shame, or how you use your body.

It’s all about purpose.

An immediate and clear example is Dame Judi Dench singing “Send In The Clowns” (Go to 1:30 for the performance).

It’s a performance that no one who sees it could ever forget. Because, although she is acting a part, she is totally committed to and focussed on communicating the emotion of the piece in the moment.  She manages to bring significance to the performance which goes beyond any technical vocal prowess. We find ourselves engaging with her regardless of her singing ability. She’s reaching out for someone she loves, from a heart that’s broken, with a message and a purpose that transcends everything else. She takes the song from being what is a pretty ballad on paper to a heart-wrenchingly personal and raw masterpiece.

Some might put this down to simple interpretation or song choice, but I would argue that there’s more to it than that.  A purely technical interpretation where we understand what we are singing about is nothing without an emotional motivation or context.  There needs to be a transferral from using your head to using your heart. Moving from a technical phase to an emotional one.

Purpose is all about heart.

I work with multiple choirs of all different shapes, sizes and abilities. I work with good singers, and incredible singers. But one of my choirs always has a bigger impact on their audience than any of the others. It made is up of people who have experienced a loved one going missing.

The Missing People Choir

They are all amateur singers, few can read music, are technically excellent or have regular vocal coaching. But they never get nervous, or caught up in the “scenario” of performance. Their message is so strong – they are singing and reaching out to their missing loved ones – and because of that purpose their performance of the carefully chosen repertoire is sweeter and more powerful. This highlights the importance of approaching singing from the inside out and not being governed by our understanding of external expectations and the risk of failure in front of others. Singing that solo in front of friends and family becomes less daunting when you have a strong reason to sing it. Try it!

I use this emphasis on purpose to help focus everyone I work with, the music I produce, professional and amateur singers, and of course myself. It is my driving philosophy behind why I do music.

I have purpose and it is only now – halfway through my career – that I am realising that nothing else matters as much. The last time I felt entirely in this ‘zone’ was when I was asked to play piano at the funeral of a young girl who died of cancer. I didn’t know her or her family and was only linked to her via a mutual friend. However I felt a responsibility of the importance of how I played which took away any fear of judgement or insecurities. It was the most intense but free performance I had given for as long as I could remember. I knew I had used music in its most honest and purposeful way. Although it was entirely improvised, at no point had I felt inhibited by risk or worried about hitting wrong notes or running out of ideas. I just played. I came away with a feeling much more rewarding than rousing applause, big cheques or critical acclaim.

Music is both a mystery and a gift, and when we connect with our purpose it brings clarity and focus that reveals our true voice.

Music is both a mystery and a gift, and when we connect with our purpose it brings clarity and focus that reveals our true voice.

James Hawkins

Choral Production at Abbey Road Studios

Super pleased with the outcome of today! I was asked to assemble and direct a mixed choir of amateur and professional voices to record at Abbey Road Studios for artist Fox Amoore, on his latest album The Dreamcatcher. The singers recorded five album tracks and made the day smooth and inspiring with their smiling and professional attitude. Feedback from the composer was that he was moved by the powerful and beautiful sound we produced.

The singers all did themselves proud and here is a short snippet of a take from today’s session.

I am looking forward to more of the same, especially with my own Eclipse Choir. Well done guys!

Singing Workshop for Army Trainers

Jim Hawkins leads a workshop for Army Trainers at Pirbright in Surrey on 6th Jan 2017

Singing as a way of breaking barriers

Jim was approached by a Major at Pirbright, Surrey, to put on a unique workshop for the Army Training Regiment on 6th January 2017.

The participants were not expecting to be singing in their training session, and this was part of the plan, to bring them out of their comfort zone, and have a taste of being a novice learner again. Singing is a great leveller, and the group found that they had to let go of their inhibitions and get stuck in, which was an excellent team-building task.

Feedback from the client:

To an extremely talented Jim Hawkins thank you so much for your time today. The instructors of the Army Training Regiment at Pirbright absolutely loved their lesson-what an experience! Corporate leadership and coaching through the power of music never sounded better! We are now bonded with a new team song and full of energy to get on with training a new intake of 130 x recruits starting Monday. Great out of the box learning, and taught so well- I have never heard 33 x soldiers sound so good and some are now interested in joining a choir, which is a result!

Feature in the Musician’s Union Magazine Winter 2016

It’s a real pleasure to be interviewed about how to set up and lead a choir by the MU. And I’m pleased to be able to give some insight as to how I approach teaching and developing my choirs.

Check out Eclipse Choir to see more of our progress since it was formed in 2014. And this year we’re delighted to be performing at the beautiful All Saints Church for our Christmas Concert on Thursday 22nd December. At present there are still some tickets available, but they are selling fast! Get in there now and book yours!

Vocal Improvisation for Singers: Part 2!

A wonderful opportunity to learn about and experiment with vocal improvisation

Saturday 8th October 2016

1:30pm - 4pm

 

Limited to 20 places!

The Workshop:

We had such a good time and created some wonderful music using our voices during our last Improvisation Workshops in August. The overwhelming positive feedback was remarkable considering that most people arrived with nervous butterflies!

So, due to popular demand, we're delighted to offer a second opportunity for anyone to attend this half-day workshop. If you are interested in liberating your voice and unlocking your musical potential, then this is a workshop not to be missed!

This is an area of music that Jim is extremely passionate about and he'd love to inspire you to discover the freedom and creativity of using your voice through guided musical improvisation. Plus, you will learn some useful frameworks and theory to help you to improvise within the safety of a small, relaxed and fun group setting. It's perfect to build confidence and help you transfer these skills into a different environment.

We'll revisit some of the ideas from the first workshop, such as the purpose of each improvisation, using the pentatonic scale, understanding tension and release, and moving forward to develop and refine our ideas: improvising through different genres and rhythms and perhaps lyrics! This workshop will be suitable for newcomers and those who attended the first time too!

If you would like to attend the morning Music Theory workshop as well as this session then please drop us an email and we will arrange a discounted booking at £40 for the whole day.

 

Jim Hawkins

James Hawkins is a professional choir director, musician and music producer. He has more than 15 years' experience teaching and working with singers and choirs. His workshops are informal, fun and enlightening. Find out more about Jim here.

The Schedule

Welcome at 1:30pm

Guided session at 1:45pm - 4pm

Close

You don't need to bring anything, apart from yourself, and a little courage 🙂

 

 

Location

All Saints Church, Market Place, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 1JP