In a quest to re-centre the complexity, tenderness, and love we feel for our closest friends both in our personal experiences and collectively within the dominant culture, artist and facilitator Opashona Ghosh invites you to join them in this embodiment workshop dedicated to platonic love.

In the session, we will reflect on the storytelling and emotional qualities of music as a way of spiritually connecting to our friends – whether near of far.

Through a soft ritual made up of orienting exercises, active listening, desire mapping, and gentle movement, we will move through memories, feelings, and songs to create a playlist that can be gifted to your best friend(s) as a loving appreciation of your journeys together.

Nunnery Gallery

181 Bow Road, London, E3 2SJ

020 8980 7774

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Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm

  • We will be operating to a controlled capacity in our spaces, to maintain safe visitor numbers.
  • Visitors are encouraged to book a visit through a free online booking system, though walk-in visitors will be welcomed.
  • We will be supporting 2-metre social distancing on-site at all times.
  • It is mandatory for all visitors to wear face coverings inside the exhibition, unless exempt.
  • Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance and exit to the site.
  • A one-way signposted system is in place throughout the gallery and café.
  • All staff on site will be wearing Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) including face coverings and/or visors.
  • Seating and high touch surfaces will be routinely cleaned throughout the day.
  • For more information, please read our full COVID-19 risk assessment for the Nunnery Gallery.


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