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'Every Garden Needs a Shed@ Metis Festival 2009, 2010, 2011

The Metis Festival is in London next week, and the Director of the Reford Garden and founder of the International Festival, Alexander Reford  is showing  Phillippe Baylucq’s beautiful film for the Society of Garden Designers.  Gardens at the Festival this year include  plenty of peculiarities including barbed wire and trenches, algal drapes and  chain link veils – against which 10 sheds  might seem tame to some.  Nevertheless, the sheds, originally designed as a 10th anniversary ‘present’ for the Festival,  have proved to be the most popular garden voted by the visitors,  hence their return for the 3rd year.
After the film there will be a discussion chaired by Tim Richardson.
Tickets are still available form the SGD for:
”Twice Upon a Garden – Tuesday 7th June – 11am-3pm
An exclusive London screening of the award-winning documentary film Twice Upon A Garden, charting the making of the gardens at the Métis International Garden Festival is taking place on Tuesday 7th June at the Curzon Cinema in Soho, London from 11am-3pm
The screening will be followed by a lively debate on show gardens chaired by author and journalist Tim Richardson with Chris Young, (Editor, The Garden) and landscape architects Deborah Nagan and Heather Ring and other designers.”
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