Past events - 2015

5 June 2015, 12 June 2015
Joy of Sound (JOS)

London Creativity and Wellbeing Week Joy of Sound (JOS) will offer open access to its award winning Inclusive Music workshops at three London based locations - Sessions are open to all-comers of all ages and abilities.

5 June 2015
St Christopher's Hospice

Featuring a performance from the St Christopher’s community choir and band and an exhibition of art works, this event is inspired by St Christopher’s most recent partnership project with the Royal Academy of Arts: ‘Celebrating life, dea

6 June 2015
LAHF and the Bethlem Gallery

Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2015 is focusing on creativity and mental health. This welcome event is an opportunity to come together at the unique venue of the oldest psychiatric hospital in the world still functioning today.

6 June 2015
Jericho Arts

Adult creative writing workshop and performance skills £7-50

6 June 2015
Paintings in Hospitals

Join Helena, our Regional Coordinator for London and the South East, for this opportunity to experience a tour of the Paintings in Hospitals London collection, as part of Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2015.

6 June 2015
Woolly Wellbeing Research Group

Woolly Wellbeing Research is a closed Facebook group for yarn-crafting women contributing to a PhD study exploring wellbeing and identity in knit and crochet groups online and in 'real life'.

6 June 2015
SISH Bristol

Biodanza is a invitation to the joy of living. It uses the power of music and dance to trigger positive experiences that will leave you feeling happier and more alive.

6 June 2015
Counselling Service in Ruislip and Ealing - Chinar Abdulaziz

A one day workshop facilitated by Chinar Abdulaziz

6 June 2015
Francesca Baker

Come and write, scribble, generate ideas and play with creativity as part of London Creativity and Wellbeing Week. Writing is good for you and we’re going to prove that in London’s first happy café!

6 June 2015
The Beauty Bounty

The Beauty Bounty is organising a meet up at the Thames Barrier Park to bring people together to get creative by having fun using art as a creative outlet and to persuade people to enjoy the parks of London and socialise as a community.