The T100 Festival of Walking, Talking and Making is back for 2023, and true to this year’s theme of Sounds, we had an exciting range of walks, performances, workshops and events we hoped everyone would enjoy.
Taking place from the 21 June – 9 July, T100 Sounds will feature 14 walks across Thurrock, inviting people to join us as we explore the landscape, wildlife, rich history and residents past and present of the local area. Amongst other things, the programme will see us joining the Windrush 75 celebrations at Tilbury Port, enjoying a night of shanties at Thurrock Yacht Club and exploring the beauty of Langdon Hills.
We are thrilled to be working with people from across the community to gather sounds for a specially commissioned immersive audio installation piece, Thurrock Soundscape, which will be presented in the stunning surroundings of St Clement’s Church, West Thurrock.
Love walking? This page contains links to all the walking routes from this year as well as previous years of the T100 walking festival.
We’ve kept them on the website for anyone that wishes to follow the routes themselves, although all the pages outside of 2023 are archived pages, so they are not actively maintained. If you spot something a bit wonky, feel free to let us know and we’ll fix it.
Click below to go to each archived year, or use our interactive map to view walks by location.
The T100 Festival is an outdoor arts festival that includes walking, talking and creative opportunities. The T100 Festival started as a walking festival in 2015 by renowned, Thurrock-based outdoor arts company Kinetika and has grown over the years to include further arts and cultural activities for all.
Our vision is to expand even further, creatively and collectively re-imagining our future, and adding even more arts activities to our programme.
Find out more about the history of the T100 Festival, and get involved.