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One of my personal highlights of past International Gatherings is the daily dharma drama; the time of storytelling and enactment by children and adults alike in the evening before the puja: All are welcome to take part!
This year we are again lucky enough to have the multi-talented musician and children’s play worker Liz Armour at the International gathering. Everyone is invited, young and old alike, to take part in the afternoon dharma drama session. We’ll first listen to a dharma tale and then have the opportunity to explore it and act it out - this may well involved dressing up, face painting and a creative exploration of the meaning and application of the story! In the evening we’ll take part in sharing the story in the main marquee to the rest of the Gathering.
Liz Armour works with arts organisations, charities and events in order to do what she love: which is to work with diverse people in an empowering atmosphere and bring about a collaborative activity: especially if it involves the arts and creating music. Last not least one of her fields of play includes Buddhafield where you may well have come across her infections enthusiasm for people, music and collaborative activity before.