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Estuary Stories: Film screening and Q&A with artist Natasha Davis

June 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

A photo of Historic Dockyard in Chatham. In the foreground is the River Medway with a walkway to the left. The buildings of the Dockyard stretch from right to left. The sky is blue with wispy clouds and the sun is low in the sky.

As part of Estuary Festival 2021, we’re presenting the first online showing of Natasha Davis’ film Estuary Stories on Saturday 5th June, 6pm – 7pm.


Click this link to book on Eventbrite now.


Recorded in the secret corners of Chatham and the dockyard, encounter moments of laughter, loss, kindness and new beginnings, shared by your neighbours – old and new.

Out of photographs, poetic lines and memories from your neighbours’ lives, stories emerge honouring moments of transformation through past and current challenges.

In an open conversation after the film you will be able to ask questions to the contributors and share, if you wish, a similar experience and thoughts of your own during the online gathering.

Estuary Stories is part of Estuary Festival 2021‘s Associated Programme

About The Event

The film screening will be on Zoom. A link will be email to you after you book your place.

A link for you to watch Estuary Stories will be provided during the event in the Zoom chat function.

The Zoom meeting will remain open while you watch the film on your own device. We ask you remain muted during this.

If you have any questions about this event, or have access needs, email contact@ideastest.co.uk.

About Natasha Davis

Natasha Davis is a performance and visual artist with over forty solo and collaborative projects in a range of media including live performance, installation, film and publication. Her interdisciplinary, personal and politically engaged work focuses on crossing borders, body and memory. She collaborates with extraordinary artists, scientists, institutions and participants from all walks of life, creating work that is embedded in the belief that art can inspire change. She mixes autobiography, fantasy, research and technology to communicate a poetic truth that crossing borders is a balancing act between loss and liberation, as well as a potent space for opening a conversation about who we are, with a view to shaking up existing stories and initiating new ones.


Image shows the Estuary 2021 Associated Programme logo

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