LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD & OTHER LOST GIRLS
Tuesday 10th July
Nell Phoenix capivated us last autumn with her tales from Tricksterland. The Guest House is pleased to announce she is returning to lead us through an old familiar tale in an unfamiliar way for our July fundraiser with a fish and chip supper at the Newhaven Life Boat Station.
The fairy tale 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.
Sept 11th – The Serpent King’s Daughter – from the members of the GuestHouse Storytellers’ committee.
Sept 29th Storytelling workshop with Arthur Dyer – 10am -4pm at South Heighton Village Hall. £30 (bursaries available, please get in touch in confidence if you are unable to afford the cost). Bring your own lunch. Book your place through the website
October 9th – Tales from the Graveyard. Club Night. To book a 10 minute slot to share a tale, email Ronda at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 13th – Dominic Kelly tells The Gift
December 11th – Winter Tales to Warm the Heart. Club Night Mulled wine and sweet treats served at the interval
You’ll find more information about these and other storytelling events on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/guesthousestorytellers/
If you’ve enjoyed a show please leave a review on our website: https://guesthousestorytellers.com/feedback/