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 DATE: Sunday 7th October 2018, 2.30pm - 5.30pm  EVENT TITLE: Rhiannon  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Katy Cawkwell

 VENUE: BP Lecture Theatre (in the Clore Education Centre beneath the Great Court), The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  One woman, nine trusted companions, six treacherous midwives, and the hanging of a mouse...

Intelligent, generous and with a dry wit, a queen travels from her Other World, riding a horse that no one can catch. She comes because of love, but this love between a goddess and a mortal is destined for trouble.

The Welsh epic cycle of the Mabinogion is renowned for its complex fragmentary brilliance. Performance Storyteller Katy Cawkwell untangles the 1st and 3rd branches of this beautiful Celtic myth to bring us Rhiannon. :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8 (£6) :: www.britishmuseum.org :: Phone 020 7323 8181 :: Ticket Desk in Great Court.

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & the British Museum


 DATE: Monday 22nd October 2018, 8pm  EVENT TITLE: Buddha Babies - The Alternative Cookery Show  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Xanthe Gresham Knight

 VENUE: Soho Theatre Upstairs, Dean Street, London W1D 3NE  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  (Soho Storytelling Season no.27)
Mixing up Greek myth, ritual, grown-up fairytale, a touch of the down-right-rude, and lots of mythic baby making, Xanthe Gresham deals with the biggies: life, death... and a touch of cookery!

To achieve Tantric re-birth, take 1lb of unconventional birth stories from anywhere (China, India, Greece – whatever is fresh and available); marinate with sprinklings of Taoist, Confucianist, Shamanic, Platonic and Vedic philosophy; add zest & a pinch of salt.

Mix it up. Serve it out. The resulting baby shower of stories will bring joy in life and hope in death, and it may just blow your mind.

'A truly great storyteller' British Theatre Review :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £11 (£9 concessions) :: www.sohotheatre.com :: Box Office 020 7478 0100

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Soho Theatre


 DATE: Thursday 1st November 2018, 7.30pm  EVENT TITLE: Day of the Dead  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Nell Phoenix, TUUP and Tim Ralphs

 VENUE: Rich Mix Main Space, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA (wheelchair accessible)  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, three Crick Crack Club storytellers create an exuberant night of ritual, shrines & stories.

Under the watchful eye of a bunch of gambling skeletons - dead ancestors are honoured; the souls of the dead are tempted back into the world of the living for a bit of a party, and Death is mocked, cheated and saluted by turn.

Like some irrepressible autumn ritual, the Crick Crack Club’s quirky annual celebration of the Mexican festival of the Dias de Los Muertos, has become part of the fabric of East London's cultural craziness!

Expect ritual, libations, stories, and magical mayhem...

‘Storytelling wizards’ Londonist :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £11/£9 (plus booking fee) :: www.richmix.org.uk :: Box Office: 0207 613 7498 or email boxoffice@richmix.org.uk

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & Rich Mix


 DATE: Sunday 4th November 2018, 2.30pm - 5.30pm  EVENT TITLE: The Gods & Monsters Show  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 :: Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey & Mikael Oberg with musicians Jonah Brody & Sheema Mukherjee.

 VENUE: BP Lecture Theatre (in the Clore Education Centre beneath the Great Court), The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Take a trip to the underworld...
Walk into the fire...
And don't look back....
The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up!


Combining performance storytelling, music and song, Pandvani108 turn on the epic jukebox to bring us a wild afternoon of unbowdlerised global myth and epic, in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and far beyond, are all hauled centre stage.

Far from sedate spoken word, this is a brash & exuberant cinema of the imagination, inspired by a 3,000 year old epic singing tradition and with more deities than you can shake a stick at. Encounter the Short Myth Massive - live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic…a highlight!’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8 (£6) :: www.britishmuseum.org :: Phone 020 7323 8181 :: Ticket Desk in Great Court.

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & the British Museum


 DATE: Saturday 17th November to Sunday 18th November 2018, 2 days, 10.00am to 6.00pm  EVENT TITLE: Introductory Storytelling workshop  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty

 VENUE: Rich Mix Venue 2, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA. This event is wheelchair accessible.  AUDIENCE: Adults (18+) :: Please note: This workshop will demand fluent spoken English language skills.

 DESCRIPTION: 
This two-day, practitioner-led workshop is aimed at adults with an interest in traditional narratives (folk tales, fairy tales and myths) and in their performance.

It will give participants an introduction to the core principles of contemporary oral storytelling, the process of visualisation, and of narrative patterns and structure. You'll discover your innate inner storyteller and begin to appreciate its skills.

Ben Haggarty has pioneered the re-visioning of storytelling as a contemporary performance art; his understanding of orality, metaphor, magic and the dramaturgy of performance storytelling is unsurpassed. World renowned for his physical, often challenging performances, Ben has a repertoire of well over 350 folktales, fairytales, epics and myths. He's a much sought after trainer and director, and is Honorary Professor of Storytelling at the Arts University of Berlin.

 TICKETS:  This workshop takes place over two days, 10am to 6pm, cost £150.00. A booking fee may apply. :: www.richmix.org.uk :: Box Office: 0207 613 7498 or email boxoffice@richmix.org.uk

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & Rich Mix


 DATE: Monday 19th November 2018, 8pm  EVENT TITLE: News of the Strange  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Daniel Morden

 VENUE: Soho Theatre Upstairs, Dean Street, London W1D 3NE  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  (Soho Storytelling Season no.27)
A blacksmith batters himself with his hammer.
A fisherman throws back the fish he catches.
A blind man begs passers-by to strike him.

Shot through with powerful, mysterious images, Daniel Morden delves deep into lesser-known stories from the Arab world, some moving, some shocking, some bizarre, some ridiculous…. all of them strange.

‘Beyond captivating.’ Oxford Theatre Review
‘A master storyteller.’ Guardian :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £11 (£9 concessions) :: www.sohotheatre.com :: Box Office 020 7478 0100

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Soho Theatre


 DATE: Friday 23rd November 2018, 7.30pm  EVENT TITLE: The Frog Princess Punked  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Sally Pomme Clayton

 VENUE: Rich Mix venue 1, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA (wheelchair accessible)  AUDIENCE: Adults (16+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Crazed Russian fairytale; punk songs; scratch animation, frog weddings, and Baba Yaga on the loose. This night of adult fairytale will be feral, noisy, and beautiful by turn.

Pioneering storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton and an all-girl band weld together punk songs, scratch animation and an epic fairytale about the perils of annexing the wild, and the wisdom of letting the women loose. The result is immersive, feral and beautiful by turn. It's gonna be awesome. It’s gonna be loud!

Expect fairytales for grown-ups, punk sounds & scratch film. Performance storytelling as you have never see it before!

‘Funny, refreshing and ballsy’ Omnibus Theatre :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £12/£10 (plus booking fee) :: www.richmix.org.uk :: Box Office: 0207 613 7498 or email boxoffice@richmix.org.uk

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & Rich Mix


 DATE: Sunday 9th December 2018, 2.30pm - 5.30pm  EVENT TITLE: I know not – an afternoon of Sufi storytelling  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Chirine El Ansary

 VENUE: BP Lecture Theatre (in the Clore Education Centre beneath the Great Court), The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Why do dervishes whirl? Why is the mule so fond of the camel? Some questions have been asked forever, and most are asking something else entirely.

IIn a performance laced with subversion, rebellion, comedy, poetry, and philosophy, the acclaimed Egyptian performer, Chirine El Ansary, takes an unexpected journey into the bizarre and beautiful Sufi realm.

Simultaneously ancient and contemporary, this is a performance full of mystics, forgotten faiths, fairy tales and inklings.

‘Captivating, enchanting, a joy to witness’ Everything Theatre
‘like all good storytellers, she lives between reality and the world of the story’ Cairo Times
‘...the storyteller of our hearts...’ Our Word Magazine, Cairo :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8 (£6) :: www.britishmuseum.org :: Phone 020 7323 8181 :: Ticket Desk in Great Court.

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & the British Museum


 DATE: Tuesday 11th December 2018, 7pm - 8.30pm  EVENT TITLE: The House of Nine Lives  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Tim Ralphs, Nell Phoenix and TUUP

 VENUE: The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB  AUDIENCE: For adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Across the globe, between worlds, and into the land of the dead, the path of the cat knows no boundaries.

In a night of grown-up fairytales, myth, and folktale, three Crick Crack Club storytellers delve deep into the inscrutable, sharp-clawed, comedic, nine-lived, metamorphosing, regularly reincarnated world of Felix Catus and other more feral felines. :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £15/£12/£10 :: www.bl.uk :: Phone 01937 546546 :: Email boxoffice@bl.uk

 ORGANISER:  The British Library in collaboration with the Crick Crack Club


 DATE: Monday 17th December 2018, 8pm  EVENT TITLE: Gilgamesh  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty, music by Jonah Brody

 VENUE: Soho Theatre Upstairs, Dean Street, London W1D 3NE  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  (Soho Storytelling Season no.27)
A bored king,
A wild man tamed by a whore,
A quest for eternal life,
And the deepest secrets of the gods...


World renowned storyteller Ben Haggarty, and multi-instrumentalist Jonah Brody, bring Gilgamesh to the stage in an extraordinary and powerful telling of one of the oldest stories in the world.

Deities are irritated and appeased by turn, supernatural beings are slain, apocalypse is averted, and our anti-hero turned hero, discovers what it really is to be a man. The result is a psychedelic, passionate, fast paced epic, laced with quick-witted humour.

'Absolutely spellbinding' **** Everything Theatre
'Vivid, rich and imposingly epic' **** The Times :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £11 (£9 concessions) :: www.sohotheatre.com :: Box Office 020 7478 0100

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Soho Theatre


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 DATE: Saturday 13th October 2018, 7.30pm - 10pm (doors open 7pm)  EVENT TITLE: The Gods and Monsters Show  LOCATION: Dorset  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey, Mikael Oberg. Music by Sheema Mukherjee (sitar) & Jonah Brody

 VENUE: Cranborne Earth House, The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Dorset, BH21 5RP  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Take a trip to the underworld...
Walk into the fire...
And don't look back....
The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up!


Combining performance storytelling, music and song, Pandvani108 turn on the epic jukebox to bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic, in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and far beyond, are all hauled centre stage.

Far from sedate spoken word, this is a brash & exuberant cinema of the imagination, inspired by a 3,000 year old epic singing tradition and with more deities than you can shake a stick at. Encounter the Short Myth Massive - live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic…a highlight!’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast
For more details see www.crickcrackclub.com/earthousecranborne

Wrap up warm, bring a cushion & wear sensible shoes! BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  Adult/child :: £11/£6 (plus booking fee) : Buy online or book by phone 01202 888 992 (office hours).

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & The Ancient Technology Centre


 DATE: Thursday 18th October 2018, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: Buddha Babies - The Alternative Cookery Show  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Xanthe Gresham Knight

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Mixing up Greek myth, ritual, grown-up fairytale, a touch of the down-right-rude, and lots of mythic baby making, Xanthe Gresham deals with the biggies: life, death... and a touch of cookery!

To achieve Tantric re-birth, take 1lb of unconventional birth stories from anywhere (China, India, Greece – whatever is fresh and available); marinate with sprinklings of Taoist, Confucianist, Shamanic, Platonic and Vedic philosophy; add zest & a pinch of salt.

Mix it up. Serve it out. The resulting baby shower of stories will bring joy in life and hope in death, and it may just blow your mind.

'A truly great storyteller' British Theatre Review :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8 advance (£10 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


 DATE: Friday 2nd November 2018, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: The Day of the Dead  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Clare Muireann Murphy, TUUP & Tim Ralphs

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  In this exuberant night of ritual and story and under the watchful eye of a bunch of gambling skeletons - dead ancestors are honoured; the souls of the dead are tempted back into the world of the living for a bit of a party, and Death is mocked, cheated and saluted by turn.

Like some irrepressible autumn ritual, the Crick Crack Club’s annual celebration inspired by the Mexican festival of the Dias de Los Muertos, has become part of the fabric of our company's cultural craziness!

Join three Crick Crack storytellers for shrines, libations, stories, and magical mayhem...

'a joyous chance to revel in life and death' British Theatre Review**** Everything Theatre :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £9.50 advance (£12 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


 DATE: Saturday 10th November 2018, 7.30pm - 10pm (doors open 7pm)  EVENT TITLE: Telling The Blues  LOCATION: Dorset  ARTISTS: Jan Blake, music by Matt Chandler

 VENUE: Cranborne Earth House, The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Dorset, BH21 5RP  AUDIENCE: Adults (12+)

 DESCRIPTION:  From juke joints and brothels, to slave shacks and plantations – under the starlit sky of the deep Southern States emancipated slaves of the African Diaspora, dressed in indigo dyed denim and banned from singing their homeland songs, created, sang and lived the BLUES!

Fusing song, folktale and legend, the remarkable storyteller Jan Blake, and blues guitarist Matt Chandler, tell the blues. Join them for a night in the very fine company of those who’ve got the blues, those who defy the blues, those who cure them, and those who cause them. This is a performance to raise the roof and bring the stars down to the windows to listen…

For more details see www.crickcrackclub.com/earthousecranborne

Wrap up warm, bring a cushion & wear sensible shoes! BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  Adult/child :: £11/£6 (plus booking fee) : Buy online or book by phone 01202 888 992 (office hours).

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & The Ancient Technology Centre


 DATE: Thursday 6th December 2018, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: Gilgamesh  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty, music by Jonah Brody

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  A bored king,
A wild man tamed by a whore,
A quest for eternal life,
And the deepest secrets of the gods...


Over 3,500 years after this ancient Sumerian epic was first etched into clay tablets, world renowned storyteller Ben Haggarty, and multi-instrumentalist Jonah Brody, bring Gilgamesh to the stage in an extraordinary and powerful telling of one of the oldest stories in the world.

Deities are irritated and appeased by turn, supernatural beings are slain, apocalypse is averted, and our anti-hero turned hero, discovers what it really is to be a man. The result is a psychedelic, passionate, fast paced epic, laced with quick-witted humour.

'Absolutely spellbinding' **** Everything Theatre
'Vivid, rich and imposingly epic' **** The Times :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £9 advance (£11 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


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 DATE: From 6.30pm Sunday 12th May to 5.00pm Friday 17th May 2019 (5 full days)  EVENT TITLE: Ben Haggarty School of Performance Storytelling, Foundation Week 1 (F1) – Basic Compositional Techniques  LOCATION: Worcestershire  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty

 VENUE: Worcester/Hereford borders  AUDIENCE: Adults (18+). Please note: for applicants for whom English is a second language, you must be very fluent and confident, as these courses are not text based and demand constant spoken word improvisation.

 DESCRIPTION:  Following a little break to have a baby, Ben Haggarty’s residential training programme for performance storytellers is back!

Working with folktales and wondertales, this weeklong introductory course sets out the basic paradigm of contemporary oral storytelling. It provides a referential framework for understanding the different genres of international traditional narrative; demonstrates how imagination and experience combine in storytelling; differentiates the nature of orality from the nature of literacy; shows how language works, and introduces rasa theory, an ancient and highly effective compositional tool.

Participants will explore the relationship between words and visualisation, narrative patterns and structure; how improvised language operates within a narrative, and how composition can bring out the emotional life of a story.

Expect an intensive week of work packed with exercises, talk, discussion, and telling stories. You'll discover your innate inner storyteller and begin to appreciate its skills...

Cost £350 with food and basic, 'cosy' accommodation for 5 nights provided free of charge. We can also provide camping accommodation for 2 or 3 people. Alternatively you are welcome to seek more luxurious accommodation in local Airbnbs.

 BOOKING:  Capacity is limited to 8 and course places are by application. A small number of discounts to support younger storytellers (under 35) will be available at the course provider’s discretion. Please email Epicstory2@aol.com epicstory2@aol.com with subject header Foundation 1 for an application form.

 ORGANISER:  Ben Haggarty


 DATE: From 6.30pm Friday 7th June to 5.00pm Sunday 9th June 2019 (2 full days)  EVENT TITLE: Ben Haggarty School of Performance Storytelling :: Principals of Movement in Storytelling  LOCATION: Worcestershire  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty

 VENUE: Worcester/Hereford borders  AUDIENCE: Adults (18+). Please note: for applicants for whom English is a second language, you must be very fluent and confident, as these courses are not text based and demand constant spoken word improvisation.

 DESCRIPTION:  Following a little break to have a baby, Ben Haggarty’s residential training programme for performance storytellers is back!

The body speaks. This short and intense residential workshop introduces a practical grammar and framework for understanding how gestures, movements and displacements support and clarify storytelling, based on the reworking and retelling of folktale, fairytale myth & epic. What is signalled by deliberate movement and what is betrayed by unconscious movement? The workshop is for those familiar with the improvised spoken word paradigm of performance storytelling and who have a basic repertoire of traditional narratives that can be drawn on readily. It aims to furnish participants with the practical knowledge to start integrating these principals into their own work, and to also assess what deeper specific training in the areas of body knowledge and movement (martial arts, dance, mime, etc) they might seek.

Cost £150, with food and basic 'cosy' accommodation for two nights provided free of charge. We can also provide camping accommodation for 2 or 3 people. Alternatively you are welcome to seek more luxurious accommodation in local Airbnbs.

 BOOKING:  Capacity is limited to 8 and course places are by application. A small number of discounts to support younger storytellers (under 35) will be available at the course provider’s discretion. Please email Epicstory2@aol.com epicstory2@aol.com with subject header Movement for an application form.

 ORGANISER:  Ben Haggarty


 DATE: From 6.30pm Sunday 15th September to 5.00pm Friday 20th September 2019 (5 full days)  EVENT TITLE: Ben Haggarty School of Performance Storytelling, Foundation Week 2 (F2) – Basic Performative Techniques  LOCATION: Worcestershire  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty

 VENUE: Worcester/Hereford borders  AUDIENCE: Adults (18+). Please note: for applicants for whom English is a second language, you must be very fluent and confident, as these courses are not text based and demand constant spoken word improvisation.

 DESCRIPTION:  Following a little break to have a baby, Ben Haggarty’s residential training programme for performance storytellers is back!

Aimed at storytellers wishing to perform formally in public, this workshop explores preliminary stage movement; the relationship between speech and gesture; the use of space in performance and the fractal rhythms that relate story, body and voice. Using comedic folktales and epic mythology, participants will explore how spatial and kinaesthetic imagination can become embodied and amplified.

Expect an intensive week of work packed with exercises, talk, discussion, late nights and telling stories...

Foundation 2 is a for those with some experience of performance storytelling - and ideally who have either undertaken Foundation 1, or Ben Haggarty's Intermediate short course as this course involves the applying Rasa theory. Please contact Ben Haggarty to discuss if you're not sure whether you're eligible.

Cost £350 with food and basic, 'cosy' accommodation for 5 nights provided free of charge. We can also provide camping accommodation for 2 or 3 people. Alternatively you are welcome to seek more luxurious accommodation in local Airbnbs.

 BOOKING:  Capacity is limited to 8 and course places are by application. A small number of discounts to support younger storytellers (under 35) will be available at the course provider’s discretion. Please email Epicstory2@aol.com epicstory2@aol.com with subject header Foundation 2 for an application form.

 ORGANISER:  Ben Haggarty


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 DATE: Friday 19th October 7.45pm (running time 2hrs 15mins incl. interval)  EVENT TITLE: The Gods and Monsters Show  LOCATION: Newcastle  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey, Mikael Oberg. Music by Sheema Mukherjee (sitar) & Jonah Brody

 VENUE: Stage 2, Northern Stage, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RH  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Take a trip to the underworld...
Walk into the fire...
And don't look back....
The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up!


Combining performance storytelling, music and song, Pandvani108 turn on the epic jukebox to bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic, in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and far beyond, are all hauled centre stage.

Far from sedate spoken word, this is a brash & exuberant cinema of the imagination, inspired by a 3,000 year old epic singing tradition and with more deities than you can shake a stick at. Encounter the Short Myth Massive - live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic…a highlight!’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  From £10: Limited availability, so book early! :: www.northernstage.co.uk :: Box Office 0191 230 5151

 ORGANISER:  Northern Stage and The Crick Crack Club

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