What inspired you to start the Curious Club?
“I’m very biased but I think London is truly one of the most remarkable places on planet – there’s this extraordinary energy to it. And there’s so much to explore in Camden.”
“My mantra is to ‘stay connected, stay curious’ and it’s at the core of everything I do. Staying connected and curious is a good way to stay well and that’s what the Curious Club is all about.”
“Every day is an opportunity. Today you could meet someone new and make a friend, you could find a new interest. Life is all about learning and I wanted to encourage other people to think like that too.”
What activities do you do together?
“We meet monthly and could be doing anything from walking tours or meeting an artist, to cooking European dumplings!
“We meet poets, musicians and go to exhibitions – it’s all about learning, experiencing new things and staying curious.”
“In May, the Royal Parks team took us on a tour of Regent’s Park through a LGBTQI+ lens. We learned that mushrooms have 23,000 different genders!”