Rayon Vert in London!

From 18 to 22 May we are in London! We haven’t left the country for a long time, mainly because of the pandemic, and it’s finally happening! We’re going to meet some people we haven’t seen for a long time and others we’ve only seen online. On the day of arrival (the 18th) we’re doing a Pub Crawl with the guys from The Trilogy Tapes starting at The Approach Tavern and going around the Hackney area. With them we designed some t-shirts that will go out on Wisdom‘s website (via Slam Jam) and theirs.

On the 19th we’re guesting on the TTT show at NTS Radio, we played a bunch of songs we like throughout the first hour of the show.

You can listen to the recorded show here if you were unable to hear the live broadcast.

 

For Saturday the 21st we thought we would organise an event to bring as many people together as possible. So we thought of a new format that if it works we would like to repeat in the future, we decided to call it ‘Chattin’ Walks’!

The idea is to trace in each city we go to, and of which we have enough information because of the locals who live there, a path to walk along with anyone who wants to participate. The crossing points may be more or less famous and may have different reasons of interest. the route is designed by looking for the most beautiful places to walk in the city (or the least ugly!).
In order to be as inclusive as possible the route is announced through our channels with the start time, end time and time gates of all intermediate points so that even those who do not want to do the whole route can still meet the group on the way.

The route of the London Chattin’Walk traced by Pietro is as follows:
The Nags Head SW1X 8ED at 2pm
John Snow Water Pump around 2.40pm
Smithfields Market around 4pm
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground around 4.30 pm
Liberty of Norton Folgate at 4.50 pm
Pettycoat Lane Market at 5 pm
Hermitage Basin at 5.40 pm
Blyth’s Wharf Jetty E14 8BF Around 6.30 pm

For more information here is the track: komoot or directly the .gpx file.

Hope you get through!