Possibly the oldest art form, and something we’ve done around campfires for tens of thousands of years, stories shed light into our shared human condition. In the last 30 years there has been a renaissance of storytelling.
Sarah Rundle got locked in a laboratory but tunnelled her way to freedom. She ran away to drama school, and for the last fifteen years has been a professional storyteller.
She has devised works for the British Council, Wellcome Foundation, Geffrye Museum, Kew Gardens, and the National Trust, and performed at Stockholm’s Fabula Story Café, the Nivesh Festival in Delhi, Kolkata Literature Festival, Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, and Festival at the Edge.