A Storytelling Club for Adults, in Ewell, Surrey
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21st July 2017 Nell Phoenix
Little Red Riding Hood and Other Lost Girls
The fairytale world is littered with girls who are lost or mislaid, and very few are as innocent as you might first imagine. Nell Phoenix strays from the path in search of young, and not so young, women who have played in the woods, forgotten the rules, and should have at least had an inkling, that something was likely to go horribly wrong.
19th August 2017 Picnic at Bourne Hall at 19.00
Join us for a picnic and maybe a story or two in Bourne Hall Gardens! Bring food, drink (and maybe a story) to share on the lawn in front on Bourne. If it's a typical English summer (i.e.raining) then we'll be in the Wheatsheaf pub round the corner.
Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell, KT17 1UF
29th September 2017
The Balance of Things or How to settle a debt with a Chicken
Venture into the vibrant and liminal world of Breton fairytals, and a landscape filed with beauties, beasts, strange companions, biarre marriages and ruthless atonement.
These stories come from a place where everyday life and the fantasic colide - somewhere simultaneously earthy, ethereal and real... With a decidely comedic twist.
27 October 2017
An Evening of Mystery
An Ensemble evening of stories from many of our regular tellers, come and hear a wonderful range of strange and puzzling tales.
24th November 2017
Transgressive and Forbidden Love
You know it’s all wrong but you can’t help yourself… we’ve all been there – haven’t we? Three different takes on Transgressive and Forbidden Love will have you blushing and wincing by turns.
What happens when you just can't resist? Pop that one juicy contraband morsel into your gob and all hell breaks loose - that's what. Follow our fur-clad rule-smashing princess as she follows the jut of her chin and finds her heart's desire.
26th January 2018
The Necklace of the Brisings
Freya had to have the incomparable golden necklace crafted by dwarves in Midgard. Never before had she seen anything so beautiful and she was prepared to strike an unusual bargain to make it hers. Little did she know what the consequences of her vanity would be.
Holy and Otherwise
Sturdy monks rescue a maiden in distress – with a difference. Jack comes home from college and wins a young lady using his degree in advanced larceny. The happy endings of these two stories prove that Property Is Theft (or vice versa)