Didgeridoo Workshop

Didgeridoo Workshop with Michelle Musical Mud


Didjeridoo Workshop for beginners and advanced. Bring your own Didjeridoo, or Plastic tubes will be available to participate.

I have been playing my own clay version of a didjeridoo since 1991, so will share my knowledge and teaching with you. Donations welcome.


Trees are Us – Reconnecting with our essential elves through nature with Summer Forest & Esther Nicklin

SUNDAY | 15:00 – 16:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

The same life force that flows through us flows through everything in the living world. In our fast-paced lives, however, most of us spend more time with  technology than we do with the very soil, water and plants that are essential to our survival. Our workshop looks at how we can re-establish that cellular level connection with the natural world that is who we are.

In our time together we will share a bit about our individual journeys of learning to connect more deeply with trees and the elements. We’ll talk briefly about how we approach tree communion, wisdom gathering and healing in the forest. This will be followed by a short mindful sitting then walking period as we move into mindfulness with trees and re-immersion in the elements. This practice is intended to activate a living link,  a means of getting out of our heads and reconnecting with nature and with our true selves. In this place of communion with the natural world can be found a place of deep comfort, safety and even release from pain.


Esther Nicklin offers nature-based immersion experiences incorporating energy work, movement & intuitive readings to release tension, detox from tech, come out of mind and help individuals to connect with themselves by connecting with nature.  She has been working with Tarot since 2008 and became a Reiki Master in 2020 and spends up to three months of  the year living in nature. Esther shares her love of 80s and 90s vintage clothing and teaches sustainable style through her brand, Malibu’s Vintage Suitcase as well as through her writing. She is a frequent contributor (as an editor and writer) with Ibiza Style magazine and has worked as a model and events professional since 1992 and 1995, respectively.


Summer Forest spent three months in noble silence alternating periods of sitting and mindful walking meditation in a Buddhist Forest Refuge in America. It was during her daily silent, snowy forest walks that she discovered how to connect with the living pulse of the trees and the hidden creatures of the forest. Summer Forest is a 200 hr. certified yoga teacher and has been studying Buddhism for 25 years (in the Tibetan, Korean Zen and Insight traditions.) She holds a Masters in the Great Books of China, India and Japan and Sanskrit and was recently awarded the Public Leadership Credential from Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Her passion for people and the environment is currently focused through her clothing startup Summer Forest for Humanity, a sustainable jumpsuit and print brand. She can also be found performing as a DJ at many festivals around the UK.

IG: thedharmachameleon

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IG: summerforest1


Bambi Performance

FRIDAY | 20:00 – 21:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

‘the passive aggressive political pirate’. Up and coming in the spoken word world, in the last year Bambi has been taking the scene by storm. A young working class single mother and no stranger to estrangement her work draws on themes from poverty to parenthood; weaving her woes into words and morbid merriment. Drawing on her own experiences and stories of those she has met along the way, Bambi finds her healing in adopting a playfulness in her pain, and satirically subjecting the systems and suffering that surrounds her.

Remembering Sisterhood

Remembering Sisterhood with Georgie Thatcher, Sister Suppers

SATURDAY | 16:30 – 18:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

What’s your first memory of female friendship? Did you experience a change in the dynamic of female friendships as you grew up? Can you remember the old ways?

Journey back to the ancient ways where we came together in loving community. When the village was strong and the red tent offered us a place to honour ourselves and our bodies. Uncover a deep remembering, as we reflect on the sisterhood we’ve experienced in our lives, and discuss how we bring back the ways of the ancient into our modern lives in this workshop that includes meditation, journaling and a sharing circle.

Georgie has always been curious, drawn to that which perhaps cannot be seen by the eye, but is felt by the soul. Having grown up immersed in nature, on the edge of an ancient forest in Wiltshire, she’s most at home with her bare feet on the ground, amongst moss and trees.

Georgie founded Sister Suppers after realising the transformational power that sister circles hold, and the need to rebuild community and learn our truth as women, our herstory.

She’s always had a love for bringing people together, for cooking and eating, and a hunger for knowledge and so it’s a dream to combine all of these joy-bringers into events that can be shared by many women.

Being an empath, Georgie is very intuitive, and sensitive to energy. She uses this to create comforting, safe spaces where people feel held, with a touch of joy and laughter when needed.

Georgie is drawn to working with all the elements of the Self. To discover all of the “hidden” and “shameful” stories we are told, and accept them with love and compassion.

With an open heart, Georgie will lead us through a circle, as a guide, a friend and a sister.


Ushti Kushti

Ushti Kushti – Jam, Chill & Explore

OPEN DAILY 12:00 – 23:00

Enter the magical world of Ushti Kushti. The kushti vibes make it ideal to lay back and relax under the beautifully hand crafted geodesic dome.

Catch a moment to discover a special corner of the festival tucked around the sacred fire bringing acoustic performers, singer songwriters, conscious speakers and poets. Do you want to play ? Bring your performance to the Open mic or join our host of multi-instumentalists in a freeform jam where anything goes and musical magic unfolds.


Tangles Performance

FRIDAY | 18:00 – 19:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

Tangles writes sweet acoustic music to evoke guilt free day dreaming. Acoustic, psychedelic, conscious folk and blues.

We are excited to welcome her to Noisily!

Tree Love Nature Walks

Tree Love Nature Walks with Richard Tenant-Eyles, Woodland Trust

FRIDAY | 15:00 – 16:00 | USHTI KUSHTI
SATURDAY | 11:00 – 12:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

Did you know that yew trees can live for more than 3000 years, and that veteran oaks can harbour as many as 2000 species? Our woods and trees are full of history and intrigue and yet we normally just pass them by without a thought. During the festival we will hold a couple Tree Love nature walks where we take the time to stop and appreciate the majesty of trees. We’ll take a slow mindful stroll through parts of the woodland and share knowledge about properties and uses of trees and other interesting facts about them.

Sophie Wren

Sophie Wren – folk performance

FRIDAY | 19:00 – 20:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

Coming from the east of England Sophie Wren is a folk singer songwriter . Most of her songs stem from her cathartic poetry and they focus on transforming the pain that all humans experience. Sophie draws her influence from across the world. Passionate about psychology and spirituality , she hopes her heartfelt songs can be listened to as medicine.

One Rhythm

One Rhythm – The Universal Laungauge of Rhythm with Handpan Joe

SUNDAY | 17:00 – 18:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

At ONE Rhythm we believe that EVERYONE is a musician and with a little inspiration, we can all enjoy making music together. Join this workshop to learn about how rhythm can be understood in a simple and effective way.

Handpan Joe

Handpan Joe – Coloured Sound Experience

SUNDAY | 16:00 – 17:00 | USHTI KUSHTI

Relax & unwind to the sweet sounds of the handpan as Handpan Joe takes you on a rhythmical journey through time and space