Gigs

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I’ve just come back from the Storie In Tasca festival in Italy, where I told Tales from the Dark and Cold – tales of thieves and monsters; bigamists and shapeshifters; poachers, gamekeepers; and a desperate search for lost love. The festival was warm and friendly, and I explored the beautiful Borromean Islands on Lake Maggiore, home to white peacocks and golden pheasants. It was a delightful respite from the cold and gloom.

Future Work includes:

This coming December I’m touring Gawain and the Green Knight;
on Weds 11th at Torriano StoryNight in London,
on Thurs 12th at LunarSea, Brighton,
and on Sat 14th Dec in Barnstaple, Devon.

Practical Details:

Show: Gawain and the Green Knight
Date: Weds 11th December
Time: doors 7:30pm, show starts 8pm
Hosted by: Torriano StoryNight
Suitable for: ages 11+ (light swearing)
Venue: 99 Torriano Avenue, London, NW5 2RX
Closest Stn: Kentish Town
Tickets: £10/£8 on the door
Website: http://nellphoenix.co.uk/storynight-at-torriano/when-and-where

Show: Gawain and the Green Knight
Date: Thurs 12th December
Time: doors 7pm, show starts 7:30pm
Hosted by: LunarSea Storytelling
Suitable for: ages 11+ (light swearing)
Venue: Southern Belle Theatre
Address: 3 Waterloo St, Hove, BN3 1AQ
Closest Stns: Equidistant between Brighton and Hove
Tickets: £10:30 on EventBright
Website: http://xanthegresham.co.uk/lunarsea-storytelling-brighton/

Show: Gawain and the Green Knight
Date: Sat 14th December
Time: doors 6:30pm, show starts 7pm
Hosted by: Plough Arts @ St Anne’s
Suitable for: ages 11+ (light swearing)
Venue: St Anne’s Arts Centre
Address: Paternoster Row, Barnstaple, EX31 1SX
Closest Stns: Barnstaple
Tickets: £8-£10
Website: https://www.theploughartscentre.org.uk/event/sir-gawain-and-green-knight
Box Office: 01805 624624

Note: This is NOT the Plough Arts Centre in Gt Torrington. This is the Plough Arts Centre, St Anne’s, in Barnstaple.
Paternoster Row is a small pedestrian street that connects the High Street with Boutpont Street. St Anne’s is in a small green oasis in St Anne’s Churchyard.