Memory Map Your City

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What places did you walk past yesterday? Living in our city, being constantly on-the-go, how much do you actually remember?

Artist Lizzie Reid will lead a unique illustration workshop where we’ll create memory-maps of our day, exploring the details of our hometowns and our relationship with time.

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@bushtheatre Bunny is just so lovely. I wish I could have it! I hope it gets a home where it can comfort children who really need it.
Jacqueline Johnson 💙
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18 Jun
I would very much like a bunny the size of my bedroom. https://t.co/y2OW0d7fdm
Saoirse
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18 Jun
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18 Jun
@AdomahHolly @madeleinelily @bushtheatre @NickHernBooks No. @finborough needs it and to change their name to 'The FinBurrow' soz...
Athena Stevens
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18 Jun
@tweetsbyarthur @bushtheatre That’s a national treasure, absolutely!
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@AdomahHolly
18 Jun
The energy, the care, the nuance, the intelligence, the magic, the joy, the joy, and did I mention the pure joy of… https://t.co/WY61sb0yYH
Benedict Lombe
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17 Jun

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