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A new season of cutting-edge performance storytelling at The Brewery. Storytelling Sundays website.

Archive listings for Storytelling Sundays

Work type: Performance.

Grimm and Grimmer - T1513771049

Bristol's own brothers-in-storytelling Martin Maudsley and Saikat Ahamed delve into the deep, dark forest and emerge with fresh re-tellings of Grimms' Folktales to celebrate this year's 200th anniversary of their publication.
2 Dec 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L1227067848

Baba Yaga's Oven - T1066348094

Journey into the land of the firebird and a witch's hut with the legs of a chicken. Storytellers Michael Loader and Rebecca Smart together with musician Martin Solomon uncover stories from the heart of Mother Russia. Storytelling for adult audiences in The Brewery.
4 Nov 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L02057174447

The Year of Being a Squirrel - T1886277856

Stroud Valley, 1972. Granny slides through a wall while twelve ravens flap through the night and little Alys escapes into the trees. Alys Torrance weaves together folktales and new tales about death, life and talking. Storytelling for adult audiences in The Brewery.
7 Oct 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L368682683

Stories from Black Mountain - T0636721352

A creative collaboration between Bristol Storytelling Festival and the Tobacco Factory Theatre to present cutting-edge storytelling for adult audiences in The Brewery. Venture into the vibrant and liminal world of Breton fairytales - a landscape filled with strange companions, bizarre marriages and ruthless atonement. Michael Harvey retells these grown-up tales of wonder with a disarmingly light touch.
3 Jun 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L905094515

Shearwater - T2006973735

Northumbria based duo Tim Dalling (Kneehigh, New Rope String Band) and master storyteller Malcolm Green present an evocative performance of seabirds, stories and songs.
1 Apr 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L0405512322

Wayland the Smith - T044798768

Bristol storyteller Martin Maudsley collaborates with cellist Ailsa Mair Hughes to bring this stirring Norse tale to life. A carefully crafted performance of words and images forged in the flames of music and song.
4 Mar 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L371202155

The Girl Who Became a Boy - T1731791669

Renowned storyteller Jo Blake Cave has teamed up with much-admired Bristol musical duo ?Glowglobes' (John Holmes & Laura Pocket) to present an Albanian wonder tale, ingeniously transposed into a post-apocalyptic landscape.
5 Feb 12The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L876694660

T21918448

Following the successful launch of Storytelling Sundays in February during Bristol Storytelling Festival, we’re delighted to continue our monthly performance storytelling at the Brewery Theatre. The first in the new season is Catching the Gypsy’s Tale - spellbinding stories and stirring music following the migration of the Gypsy people from their home of Rajasthan to the British Isles. Performed by Michael Loaders, Sarah Mooney and musician Martin Solomon.
5 Jun 11 to 3 Jul 11The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L01238947061

Re:Verb - T423927442

A magical mix of story and rhythm creating a dream like quality that transports the listener through evocative landscapes and imagined worlds. This journey into manhood is performed by a father-son storyteller-musician duo which sees our hero encounter hags, mystical gifts and shifting landscapes. Long after the last word has been spoken and the last bass guitar chord fades this tale of discovery will reverberate in the imagination. Age recommendation 16+Performer Michael Harvey (storyteller). Performer Fred Harvey-Love (bass).
6 Feb 11The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L02105988412

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