2020 Wild At Home

As you know, we couldn’t come together in the summer of 2020 at beautiful Boughton House for our annual shot-in-the-arm of revolution and revelry, dance and devotion, ideas and inspiration, prayer and protest. So we thought we’d come to you and we called it Wild at Home.


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The Summer of content

Our hope and prayer is that the online content we produced over the fallow summer of 2020 captured some of that same spirit of hopefulness, acceptance, inclusion, provocation and, yes, love, that so many thousands of us have experienced at the festival over the years. Less locking down, more opening up. If you missed out, catch up on the livestreams, features talks and more here.

Our hope and prayer is that the online content we produced over the fallow summer of 2020 captured some of that same spirit of hopefulness, acceptance, inclusion, provocation and, yes, love, that so many thousands of us have experienced at the festival over the years. Less locking down, more opening up. If you missed out, catch up on the livestreams, features talks and more here.

The Festival

We’ve were genuinely bowled over (and thrilled) at the response to our virtual festival, as thousands of you snapped up passes for the weekend. On Saturday 29 August 2020 we came together for a full-day of livestream goodness, including 17 hours of great music, poetry, debate, politics and more. On Sunday 30 August we took a chance to reflect on the world by coming together for the great big digital picnic which you can still watch on demand.

We’ve were genuinely bowled over (and thrilled) at the response to our virtual festival, as thousands of you snapped up passes for the weekend. On Saturday 29 August 2020 we came together for a full-day of livestream goodness, including 17 hours of great music, poetry, debate, politics and more. On Sunday 30 August we took a chance to reflect on the world by coming together for the great big digital picnic which you can still watch on demand.