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Come along to listen to excellent Performance Storytelling every full moon in Brighton. This group is for people who love traditional storytelling and want to listen to class acts. This year, we are inviting thirteen storytellers to enchant us at thirteen full moons, starting 13 Oct 2019. All story-lovers are welcome.

Upcoming events (1)

Sarah Rundle tells Sir Gwain and the Green Knight

The Southern Belle

£10.00

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF VENUE FOR DECEMBER Good people, we had a phenomenal night of stories last Tues (12 Nov), Xanthe gave us a wonderful introduction to the Beaver Moon and the honoured Yew. Followed by the storytelling powerhouse who is Nell Phoenix, she had us gripped to every image and event through her exhilarating observations, wit and consummate storytelling. Thank you so much all of you who attended, your warmth as an audience is still with me. Xanthe and I are thrilled to be growing our storytelling community. And so onwards to the December Full Moon... December holds the Cold Moon, its tree is the Pine. The Yule Log was traditionally made of pine wood whose sweet scent and bright flame promised the sun's return. Join Sarah Rundle for: “Gawain and the Green Knight” Gawain rode from Camelot, to seek his doom. A medieval story of derring-do, chivalry, and inconvenient corsets. Gawain is a classic tale of heroism tinged with absurdity and has at its heart a dysfunctional family, where a wrong done in one generation festers into revenge upon the next. An ancient winter’s tale, perfect for a dark evening…. 'Gawain and the Green Knight' storms along with an intelligent irreverence, yet is able to be truly magical when wonder is called for. It sparkles with a particularly glorious English humour:' Ben Haggarty ‘Fresh and fiercely feminist:’ British Theatre Guide ‘Rundle was exquisite… raising issues around Eurocentric stereotypes…challenging morals and traditional storytelling:' Remote Goat Sarah Rundle: Once a biochemist, cell-biologist and electron-microscopist, Sarah is now a composite storyteller and comedian with rapier wit. She has devised works for the British Council, Wellcome Foundation, Geffrye Museum, and the National Trust, and has performed at Stockholm’s Fabula Story Café, the Nivesh Festival in Delhi, Kolkata Literature Festival, Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, and Festival at the Edge.

Past events (2)

Nell Phoenix tells 'Tricksterland'

The Grand Central

£10.00

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