This compelling performance by acclaimed storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton merges myth, fairytale and raucous Greek philosophy. Combining two classical texts, the mythical romance of Eros and Psyche and Plato’s Symposium, she presents an epic power play of beauty and jealousy between humans and the gods that asks: what is the true path of love?
‘She delights in subverting her audiences expectations’ The Independent
SALLY POMME CLAYTON is a writer and performance storyteller whose work combines poetic language, startling imagery and playful humour. She has performed across the UK, at venues including the Barbican, Soho Theatre, the National Theatre, Cheltenham Music Festival, Bristol Old Vic and 11 Downing Street. She has been a featured artist at many European storytelling festivals and toured with the British Council to Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Sweden and Portugal. She has published several books, collaborating regularly with illustrator Sophie Herxheimer.