Saturday 20th January, Unitarian Church Hall, Victoria Street/Emmanuel Road CB1 1JW. 7.30 pm £8/£6.
Every family is rich with stories that make up the very fabric of who we are. Stories of loss, triumph and mystery: stories to take us back to our own history, culture and love. Eight storytellers share intimate family tales, from the Yorkshire mines to the Holocaust to post-war Britain. This storytelling performance, hosted by the Bard of Cambridge, Glenys Newton, offers you ancestral tales, guaranteed to remind you of the stories that connect us all.
This evening of storytelling was first performed at St. Ethelburga’s Centre in London, and praise for the event included:
‘What a wonderful evening! Thank you so much storytellers for sharing your courage, honesty and many gifts; listeners, for lending your warmth and love…’
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