INTRODUCING CREATIVE JUICE FROM RIBENA

Supporting the nation’s natural creativity.

Welcome to ‘Wander’

An uplifting series of specially commissioned films designed to bring a bit of creative inspiration, escapism and meditation to everyone during these difficult times.

‘Wander’ takes us on a magical mystery tour of global art institutions, venues and museums as some of the UK’s best-known actors and celebrated names from the world of entertainment narrate their favourite stories.

The concept of Wander, Beau Kerouac


The films have been produced by artist/executive Beau Kerouac using cognitive film-making techniques in consultation with the Mental Health Foundation - the aim being to help us alleviate the stress we’re all feeling during lock-down, provide professional guidance to help deal with anxiety, and at the same time inspire and encourage everyone to express their creativity – helping the nation unlock our creative juice.

Richard E Grant reads his favourite passage from 'Alice in Wonderland' at the Victoria & Albert Museum - Part 1

Richard E Grant reads his favourite passage from 'Alice in Wonderland' at the Victoria & Albert Museum - Part 2

Simon Callow CBE reads 'A Letter from Vincent' at the Van Gogh Museum

Natascha McElhone reads a passage about 'Trees' by Hermann Hesse, at Royal Botanic  Gardens, Kew

Jordan Stephens reads his own work ‘Place' at the Royal Albert Hall

Juliet Stevenson reads poems by Keats at the English National Ballet

Joseph Marcell reads Shakespeare at Shakespeare's Globe

Jeremy Irons, Stephanie Cole and Miles Chambers reading Past, Present & Future at Bristol Old Vic

Kaya Scodelario & LA Salami share the Global Movement of Graffiti 

Quentin Blake reads ‘Curiosity' by Jane Austen at Stonehenge

We hope you enjoy being creative

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