Bringing you a selection of the finest of wise words, revolutionary ideas and beautiful stories, spoken under the canopies of the Shambala festival – an adventure in utopia.
Produced by Melissa Kidd and eventsinsound.com
In Sankofas With Dizraeli
In this episode, we drop in to Sankofa's on Sunday afternoon, where we soak up Dizreali's conversations and hear performances by Blythe Pepino, Martin Carthy and the one and only Congo Natty...
Chats From the Shambala Shack: Chali 2na and A.Skillz
Chali 2na and A.Skillz kick off the third season. We get a glimpse into their history, collaboration, life-defining moments plus some wisdom to help us on our way. Chali has played at Shambala many times and his Hands High track accompanied our 2017 film. A.Skillz is a producer, DJ and an all-round excellent humble human. You can find links to their work and art below.
Sunday at Sankofas with Dizraeli and BCUC
In this episode we drop in to Sankofa's on Sunday afternoon, where we soak up Dizreali's conversations and hear performances from Luzmira Zerpa from Family Atlantica and the one and only BCUC...
Poetry Slam Part 2
Prepare for your mind to stretch and your soul to fill. Here’s part 2 of our poetry slam episode.
Just a heads up and trigger warning - part of this material is raw, sweary and contains descriptions of sexual assault.
Thanks to our slammers: Kathy D, Nathan, Woody Rooster, Sennen Una Johnson, Lily, The Blonde Butterfly, Louise Stuart Daisy, Jay Mitra (our 2022 winner)
Poetry Slam Part 1.
From lyrical luminaries to rising stars and everything in between, here’s a selection of Sunday's poetry slam with more coming in part 2. Heads up: part of this material is raw, sweary and contains language which some may find offensive.
Thanks to our slammers: Tony, Claire, Rory, One Inky Queer, Jay Mitra, Maisy, Alistair, Ann, Steph, Josh, Tia, Bex Gordon
Bridging the Generation Gap - Paul Cree
In this heartwarming episode, we hear how music has helped to tie together threads of 3 generations…
Fascinating topics, beautifully discussed, loving this podcast series, also takes me right back to the gorgeous festival in a field that is ‘Shambala’
I’m never able to catch every talk I want to at Shambala so I’m so glad I can play catch up on what I missed. Beautifully produced.