Wednesday, July 24, 2019


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Allow us to introduce you to...

This year our Monday night closer on the Glade mainstage is the mighty Gregory Alan Isakov. We think he's fabulous and we think you will too. Discover more about this fiercely talented singer-songwriter, and why we think he's perfect for Greenbelt.
Meet Gregory

Greenbelt wants YOU

You've no doubt seen the lineup for this year's festival. We've got Russell Brand, Nadia Bolz-Weber, Frank Turner, Lucy Spraggan, even the Archbishop of Canterbury. But there is one name we haven't announced yet. And that is....yours. Find out how you can be part of the bill.
"If it weren't for second chances, we'd all be alone"
Gregory Alan Isakov

Searching for the
Young Green Rebels

Are you passionate about climate change? Aged 15 and over? Want to take action? We're offering 25 young people a unique training programme that will create a lasting, tangible, local legacy where you live. This week's your last chance to sign up!

Space to talk

At the Pagoda this year we've reimagined the venue as a space in the round for wider conversations and bigger debates – a place to explore all angles, for a truly 360-degree view. This blog from our sponsor CCLA explains some of what we'll be talking about there.

Power to the people

Our partner Christian Aid has a jam-packed programme at Greenbelt this year and it's all about the power we have together to change the world. Find out all about what they have planned.

What we've been reading, watching and sharing...
(when we're not planning GB '19)

We love this attempt to tackle loneliness in a really simple way, creating spaces for people who need to talk to someone who is happy to listen.

A really interesting transatlantic take on the success of Extinction Rebellion, its origins and how it might succeed in going international.

This is a really powerful piece from the NYT, where New York children read out the words of children currently being held in Border Patrol facilities.

Compostable trainers, anyone? Meet the world’s first pair of trainers you can compost, rather than throw out, once you’ve worn them out.

The challenges faced by secular organisations like Sunday Assembly and how, if they’re going to survive, they might need to become more like the churches they’re looking to replace. 

Meet the woman who has so far stitched four hundred and fifty Trump quotations onto different pieces of fabric in mindful protest.

"The father of one of the families has been sitting on a chair in the street watching his home being torn apart", an Al Jazeera piece on the recent swathe of home demolitions in Israel.

If there’s one thing more fabulous than seeing Pose star Billy Porter in a dress at the Met Gala then it’s watching Billy Porter talk about wearing a dress at the Met Gala.

Treat your eyes, ears and mind to this fantastic new single and video from Les Amazones d’Afrique, a contemporary world music supergroup who are playing for us on Monday this year

Looks good, doesn't it?

We think so, and we can't wait to show it all to you in a few weeks. 
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