Mon, 19 Dec|
Stories for the Dark
As the darkness gets longer, you'll hear stories to guide you to the longest night of year. Stories of seeking belonging, community, dealing with grief, and seeking the light.
Time & Location
19 Dec 2022, 19:30 GMT – 20 Dec 2022, 21:00 GMT
About the Event
Stories to guide us through the darkness. A woman who walked in iron shoes for nine years, a woman with no hands given to wild beasts, a woman who lost her son, and seeks him in no other but Baba Yaga's hut. Tales of transformation, hardship, loss and love.
The stories are for adults, and those 16+.
Nana is an internationally acclaimed Traditional Oral Storyteller and a Nature Connection Guide. She loves stories of the wild, and her favourite place to tell them is out on the land, during her famous Story Walks. She is the creator of the Story Apothecary Podcast, where she dispenses stories as medicine. Nana has performed in the Brighton Fringe, her story walks have been featured in the Guardian, Coast magazine and Country Homes magazine. You can read more about Nana here, and read what people say about her stories and story walks here.
"An Enchantress...Her mesmerising voice is transporting me to some faraway places" The Guardian
Please bring a candle to light it together as the stories begin.
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