Ruskin Tree Walk film premiere

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Ruskin Tree Walk film premiere
Date(s) - 21/05/2022
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Cambria pub


SE5 Forum for Camberwell and The Camberwell Society present the Ruskin Tree Walk Film Premiere – Saturday 21 May, 12pm or 1pm at The Cambria

About this event

Local film, local cast, local food. Come and join us for the premiere of a short film featuring the Ruskin Tree Walk, produced by independent filmmaker Lisa Thomson.

In this movie short, a group of volunteer presenters cast from the local community, provide compelling insights from leading experts about the Victorian influencer John Ruskin.

Ruskin – who lived in Herne Hill and Camberwell – was known for his views on nature and loved trees. Each segment of the walk is tied to a remarkable tree or interesting view within Ruskin Park. The film also features new illustrations by local artists and showcases our much-loved local park.

SE5 Forum for Camberwell and The Camberwell Society are delighted to present this film premiere of the Ruskin Tree Walk.

Book tickets here on Eventbrite for 12pm or 1pm on Saturday 21st Mayat The Cambria pub, 40 Kemerton Road, London SE5 9AR.

Tickets cost £10 (or £5 concessions). This includes a free drink and 20% discount on The Cambria’s food menu on the day on presentation of your ticket.

Event proceeds will support litter picking and community gardening activities organised by the Camberwell Trees and Green Spaces Group, a joint initiative of The Camberwell Society and SE5 Forum for Camberwell.

Thank you to the financial supporters of the film: The Friends of Ruskin Park, The Herne Hill Society, The Campaign to Protect Rural England (London), The Guild of St George and The Camberwell Society. Our thanks also go to The Cambria for supporting the community and providing the generous food discount.

More information: Ruskin Tree Walk materials, including the fully illustrated essays and a map of the walk’s route through Ruskin Park, can be found on The Camberwell Society’s website here:

Note: We regret that this upstairs venue does not have step-free access.


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