ELIZA MARSHALL’S FREEDOM TO ROAM
MAY LIVE DATES
LONDON | BURY | CARDIGAN | BRECON
Writing to you on Earth Day, when consciousness about our beautiful planet, and about everyone and everything that lives on it, is raised.
We’re celebrating some of the brilliant people and organisations working hard to combat climate change, to look after humanity and our natural world and also YOU for helping us raise over £2000 which we’ve donated to the Born Free Foundation, Malvern Refugees and Trees For Life UK.
The music we’ve been inspired to write and record, the documentary ‘Connected’ we have made and our live show is just the starting point to an all-encompassing project that aims to change our understanding of nature, wildness and our pivotal role in the future of life on this planet.
We’re so excited to be bringing Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of Migration out on the road again to these four very special venues:
The quote at the top of this messagel contains the final, powerful words spoken by Alan Watson Featherstone at the end of our documentary “Connected” which opens our live shows. This short film was directed by multi-award winning Nicholas Jones and features Virginia McKenna, Alan Watson Featherstone, Nick Ray, Alexandra McKenzie and Nick Hayes and music from our debut release The Rhythms Of Migration.
After the film, the album, composed by Catrin Finch, Jackie Shave, Donal Rogers and Eliza Marshall, featuring Kuljit Bhamra MBE and Robert Irvine, is played in it’s entirety, accompanied by stunning visual artwork from Amelia Kosminksy
Freedom To Roam harnesses the power of music and film to explore the interconnected challenges of climate change, environmental destruction and human displacement within the context of our needs for freedom, empathy and hopefulness.
We hope you can join us, and would love you to help spread the word.
The Freedom To Roam team
FREEDOM TO ROAM – SPRING 2023
THE RHYTHMS OF MIGRATION with videography by Amelia Kosminsky
“A drink from this global watering hole will leave you enriched, enlightened and, hopefully, a more altruistic, compassionate being” Folk Radio UK
Music and film are powerful tools with thought-provoking voices.
Freedom To Roam’s mission is to open ideas and conversation about our interconnected worlds, and to encourage feelings of hope, empowerment and aspiration towards a better future for all living things.
“ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. Stunning film and music. Reminded me of what it is to be human. Thank you”
“One of the best concerts we’ve attended ever”
“One of the best gigs I have ever been to”
‘An emotional rollercoaster. An evening to be remembered’.
“Very expansive music – an epic experience”
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