Events – archive
This page shows past Relational Spaces events. See our upcoming events.
We hope you can join us for this online experiential art therapy workshop. Arts psychotherapists Rosemarie Fordham and Rosanna Cooper will guide you in a mindful, creative exploration, using whatever you can find in your home (no fancy art kit required!) Saturday 6 February 2021, via Zoom. (Public event)
An experiential interactive Zoom workshop packed full of homemade pickles, pots of preservation and plenty of play!
No culinary experience needed! Just bring a few basic ingredients, a few simple kitchen tools (full ingredients and tool list provided in advance) and ensure your inner child is ready too…
With Darren Cheek and Rosanna Cooper. Saturday 13 March 2021. (Public event)
How do our bodies want to move when we leave our chair aside?
Join Mark Kelly for this fun, resourceful, somatic exploration.
Sunday 21 March 2021, 11am.
Sunday 11 April 2021, 2.30pm
Join Fiona Yaron-Field for this online book launch and CPD Pluralogue event. Entry price includes a signed copy of Fiona’s new booklet.
Belongings is an ongoing project raising awareness about the experiences of people who have been trafficked to the UK.
Friday 30 April 2021, 7.30pm
If you missed it before, fear not: Darren is back! Join us online as Relational Spaces’ Darren Cheek performs a dramatic reading of Gogol’s Diary of a Madman, adapted by Kelvin Segger.
Saturday 8 May 2021, 10am
In this Pluralogue, using word and imagination exercises, we will play with words and create short pieces which can be shaped into poetry – in a friendly and creative group atmosphere.
With Graham Mummery.
Sunday 16 May 2021, 10.30am
Join us for an online reboot of this popular Coffeelogue event: What acting can teach us about truth – therapeutic life lessons learnt in the rehearsal room.
With Darren Cheek.
Places are open for our newest What Next..!? course – a creative forum for counsellors and psychotherapists to develop a private practice.
Join us online – to watch, listen or perform – for an informally curated evening of poetry, spoken word, music, comedy and more! Hosted by our friends at theatre company Damn Cheek. Wednesday 16 December 2020. (Public event)