21 Dean St, London W1D 3NE
Performance Storytelling by Clare Murphy and Daniel Morden
French poet and surrealist, Robert Desnos, was locked up in Auschwitz in 1944. Within those bleak walls Desnos had to find ways for his mind and heart to survive the blows of fate.
Daniel Morden and Clare Murphy tell tales that ask is our fate set…or is there no fate but that which we make? The remarkable tale of Robert Desnos is an exploration of fate, resilience & the power of the imagination.
CLARE MUIREANN MURPHY
Clare Muireann Murphy can’t help but make friends with her audiences…it’s just the way she is. Born in Dublin, Clare has lived in Spain, America and Galway, and currently resides in London. A dynamic and witty performer, she has performed in festivals and theatres across the world, and her repertoire extends from her beloved Irish mythology to world folklore, anecdotes, fables, personal and original stories.
Daniel Morden is one of Europe’s most popular storytellers. He has been telling tales for a living since 1989. He is known for his duo performances of Greek myth with Hugh Lupton, and his dynamic fusion of spoken word and music with The Devil’s Violin.
Running Time: 110 mins (including interval)
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