Line Up

  • Tom Middleton
  • Mixmaster Morris
  • Matt Black (Coldcut)
  • Alice Russell
  • Neil Cowley
  • The Egg
  • Holotronica (Stuart Warren-Hill ex Hexstatic)
  • Steve Cobby (Fila Brazillia)
  • Paul Jonas and J-Felix (Tru Thoughts)
  • Toby Marks & Andrew Heath
  • Pan Electric
  • Laura B
  • Pressure Drop
  • Pete Lawrence
  • alucidnation
  • Ben Osborne (Noise of Art)
  • Jacqamoré
  • Nettie
  • Nico de Transilvania
  • Newanderthal
  • DJ Steve
  • Joseph Hyde
  • DJ Spikey
  • DJ Ayvin
  • DJ Yam
  • Bob Holroyd
  • Chewy Beatwell
  • Matt Nearest Faraway Place
  • Alison David
  • iADWM Production Lighting

* Special Sunday Lunchtime DJ Slot from a Big Chill icon! *

The Renaissance of Humanity speakers tent

Campfire Convention and the social enterprise, Oi Polloi, have teamed up for the Little Chill's speakers area.

In the speaker's tent or round the campfire (naturally), we will be unveiling an ambitious plan to gather the best minds, and the biggest hearts of our generation and invite them to reimagine how society operates.  

The speaker line-up is still taking shape, but so far includes:

  • Benita Matofska, a global leader in the sharing economy, author of Generation Share, and the pioneer behind Global Sharing Week 
  • Indra Adnan, co-initiator of The Alternative UK, a platform aiming to reimagine politics in the UK and beyond
  • Nicoleta Carpineanu (aka Nico de Transilvania - also DJing) introduces Forests Without Frontiers, an initiative aimed at planting trees for future generations and protecting the last ancient forests with the help of music and arts
  • Andy Chapman (Director) and Sandra White (core member and ecopsychologist) from the Economy for the Common Good, a social movement advocating for an alternative economic model based on wellbeing of people and the environment.
  • Pete Lawrence (Campfire Firestarter) and Mary Valiakas (Campfire steering group, Oi Polloi)

The rationale behind this speakers' forum? That in this Age of Crisis, only big ideas can tackle big challenges. And that global solutions start with the local and the personal. This is why talks, discussions and panels are centred around the question "what does it mean to be human today, in a world with over-depleted resources, and a burgeoning population?"

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