Chelsea Fringe Festival pop up returns to BMA Mind Garden

The blossoming BMA House Garden hosts its second pop up event for the Chelsea Fringe Festival.

The Garden at the central London venue was the setting for an afternoon of talks and workshops on how gardens, plant medicines and urban landscapes can contribute to the health and wellbeing of patients and communities.

Sarah Bright, Head of Events at BMA House says: “It’s an honour to host the Chelsea Fringe Festival once again in our beautiful Garden. The Chelsea Fringe Festival champions the quirkier side of gardening and continues to inspire gardeners across the UK.

“I can think of no better setting for these talks than our secret garden, which is also home to over 40 types of medicinal plants.”

Following the talks, guests were given a guided tour of the BMA House Garden and treated to botanical refreshments.

With space for up to 90 guests, the stunning Garden offers a peaceful spot, perfect for summer parties and events.

The Chelsea Fringe festival aims to harness and spread the excitement and energy surrounding gardens and gardening. The Fringe showcases a wide range of work from both professionals and enthusiasts, with contributors creating installations, events and experiences, exhibits, talks and walks.

BMA House is a Grade II listed venue located in Bloomsbury offering a range of 29 spaces for up to 320 guests, for everything from evening dinners to summer garden parties. This includes two magnificent outdoor areas - the Courtyard and the Garden, all within easy walking distance of both Euston and Kings Cross stations.


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