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 DATE: Wednesday 4th April 2018, 7.30pm  EVENT TITLE: The Gods and Monsters Show  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey & Mikael Oberg, music by Jonah Brody & Sheema Mukherjee

 VENUE: Rich Mix Main Space, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA (wheelchair accessible)  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up, as Pandvani108 perform the very best bits of world myth and epic, in fast, furious, short-form, musical style.

Inspired by a 3,000 year old Indian epic-singing tradition, international ensemble Pandvani108, combine performance storytelling, music and song to turn on the epic jukebox and bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and beyond, are all hauled centre stage.

Far from sedate spoken word this is more like organised chaos with added deities. Brash, exuberant, and with more experimental excitement than you can shake a stick at, this is the Short Myth Massive - live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic...a festival highlight!’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £10/£8 (plus booking fee) :: www.richmix.org.uk :: Box Office: 0207 613 7498 or email boxoffice@richmix.org.uk

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & Rich Mix


 DATE: Sunday 8th April 2018, 2.30pm - 5pm  EVENT TITLE: Myths retold - The Liberty Tree – Robin Hood and other English radicals  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessey

 VENUE: BP Lecture Theatre (in the Clore Education Centre beneath the Great Court), The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG  AUDIENCE: Adults (16+)

 DESCRIPTION:  For over 600 years stories of Robin Hood have held sway in the English imagination. With Little John, Will Scarlet, Much the miller’s son, Friar Tuck and the rest of the Merry Fellowship, Robin Hood inhabits a place in the leafy shadows of our minds – somewhere where it’s always high summer, where venison is always being roasted, where tyranny rides roughshod over the green freedoms of England and where the wrongs and injustices of the world are mended by subversion and trickery.

Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessey tell and sing their way deep into the secret, dappled heart of Sherwood and the ancient tradition of English dissent. :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8/ £6 :: www.britishmuseum.org :: Phone 020 7323 8181 :: Ticket Desk in Great Court.

 ORGANISER:  The British Museum in collaboration with the Crick Crack Club


 DATE: Monday 16th April 2018, 8pm (running time 70 mins)  EVENT TITLE: Red Bead Woman  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Martin Shaw

 VENUE: Soho Theatre Upstairs, Dean Street, London W1D 3NE  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  (Soho Storytelling Season no.26)
Mythologist Martin Shaw sits at the very edge of the fire. Here a woman arises from a mare’s tale plant with red beads falling from her mouth as she speaks, and a king’s son tied to the top of the tallest pine tree, is slowly becoming a crow.

Down below the forest path splits into two. One path is that of the sable. The other path is that of the bear. One is good. One is very bad. Which one will you choose?

Enter a night of epic transformations.

‘An outrageous piece of magic.’ David Abram :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £10 (£8 concessions) :: www.sohotheatre.com :: Box Office 020 7478 0100

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Soho Theatre


 DATE: Sunday 13th May 2018, 2.30pm - 5pm  EVENT TITLE: Eros and Psyche  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Sally Pomme Clayton

 VENUE: BP Lecture Theatre (in the Clore Education Centre beneath the Great Court), The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG  AUDIENCE: Adults

 DESCRIPTION:  This compelling performance by acclaimed storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton merges myth, fairytale and raucous Greek philosophy. Combining two classical texts, the mythical romance of Eros and Psyche and Plato’s Symposium, she presents an epic power play of beauty and jealousy between humans and the gods that asks: what is the true path of love? :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8/ £6 :: www.britishmuseum.org :: Phone 020 7323 8181 :: Ticket Desk in Great Court.

 ORGANISER:  The British Museum in collaboration with the Crick Crack Club


 DATE: Monday 28th May 2018, 8pm (running time 70 mins)  EVENT TITLE: Tales of the Rabbit God  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Clare Muireann Murphy

 VENUE: Soho Theatre Upstairs, Dean Street, London W1D 3NE  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  (Soho Storytelling Season no.26)
Down a oft-forgotten side-street, in the districts of desire, is a shrine to the Chinese Rabbit God, Hu Tianbao. Here love and gender are not tightly bound by rule, law or social expectation. Clare Murphy stumbles into the Rabbit God’s court, looking way beyond ‘boy meets girl’ she unearths a veritable sweet shop selling every possible flavour of attraction and the myriad nature of sexual identity.

‘A sheer delight! For those thirsty for a different type of show this is a must see.’ Everything Theatre
‘Murphy’s charm and wit sparkled around the room, illuminating the darkest corners of her tales.’ Oxford Culture Review :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £10 (£8 concessions) :: www.sohotheatre.com :: Box Office 020 7478 0100

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Soho Theatre


 DATE: Tuesday 29th May 2018, 7.30pm  EVENT TITLE: The Fate We Bring Ourselves  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Ben Haggarty

 VENUE: Omnibus Theatre, 1 Clapham Common Northside, London SW4 0QW  AUDIENCE: Adults (16+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Join performance storyteller Ben Haggarty at his most alarming, as he presents three remixed, extended and explicit Greek myths.

Expect sex with Zeus, twice-born gods, formidable goddesses and some nasty clashes between naive mortals and uppity deities. These are stories which you thought you knew – but here, thanks to extensive research and Ben’s 30 years of reading between the lines of world mythology, you will find them conjecturally restored, live and direct, to their terrifying and truly awesome glory.

This is world-class storytelling: dark, magical and provocative.

‘You’ll come out wiser… aware you are looking at reality with greater clarity’ Remote Goat
‘Bloody brilliant’ Time Out :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £12 (£10 concessions) + £1 booking fee :: www.omnibus-clapham.org :: Box Office 020 7498 4699

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Omnibus Theatre


 DATE: Monday 18th June 2018, 8pm (running time 70 mins)  EVENT TITLE: Crow.Blood.Snow  LOCATION: London  ARTISTS: Sally Pomme Clayton

 VENUE: Soho Theatre Upstairs, Dean Street, London W1D 3NE  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  (Soho Storytelling Season no.26)
Crow was there at the beginning…

Crow warns of dangers, makes you fall in love, flies over the battlefield, brings the dead back to life, keeps the memories, counts time, waits for doom, is the echo of the land itself.

Sally Pomme Clayton weaves forgotten folklore and fragments of myth from Ireland to Italy, Scandinavia to Siberia – conjuring dark and dangerous, Crow.


‘She delights in subverting her audience expectations.’ Independent :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £10 (£8 concessions) :: www.sohotheatre.com :: Box Office 020 7478 0100

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club and Soho Theatre


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 DATE: Thursday 10th May 2018, 7pm-8.15pm (bar opens 6.30)  EVENT TITLE: Fairytales for Grown-ups: Others from the Other Side  LOCATION: Oxford  ARTISTS: Clare Muireann Murphy

 VENUE: The Story Museum, Rochester House, 42 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP  AUDIENCE: Adults (16+)

 DESCRIPTION:  The Irish landscape is full of stories peopled by shape-shifters and once-god-fairies who move seamlessly between our own and a decidedly other world...

The fabulous storyteller, Clare Muireann Murphy, acts as an intermediary between these two worlds, with stories of the other people, changelings, stolen children, strange marriages, theft, deception and wild curses.

Allow Clare guide you through a liminal landscape of grown-up fairytale & myth, where the light is a little too bright and the dark is very, very dark

‘Fantastic! For those thirsting for a different type of show this is a must see ****Everything Theatre :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £10 / £8 :: www.storymuseum.org.uk :: call 01865 807600 :: or direct from the museum.

 ORGANISER:  The Story Museum and The Crick Crack Club


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 DATE: Thursday 29th March 2018, 8.15pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: The Frog Princess Punked  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Sally Pomme Clayton, with music by Georgia Kalogeropoulou & Dawn Rose, images by Fotios Begklis

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (16+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Crazed Russian fairytale meets punk rock.
Ivan is forced to marry a frog.
Baba Yaga meets Koschey the Deathless.
And the patriarchy is challenged...


Pioneering storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton and an all-girl band weld the noise of punk with a surreal narrative about the perils of annexing the wild, and the wisdom of letting the women loose. Together they create a cacophony of spoken word, song and distortion, amidst a scratch collage of images. It’s gonna be angry. It’s gonna be loud!

‘‘Disgusting! Get out before the doors close!’’ Guardian
‘‘Funny, refreshing and ballsy.’’ Omnibus Theatre
‘‘This raucous subversion of a fairytale is a parable for our times’’ Soho Theatre :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £9 advance (£11 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


 DATE: Saturday 21st April 2018, 7.30pm - 9.45pm (doors open 7pm)  EVENT TITLE: The Ramayana  LOCATION: Dorset  ARTISTS: Emily Hennessey with Sheema Mukherjee, sitar

 VENUE: Cranborne Earth House, The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Dorset, BH21 5RP  AUDIENCE: Adults (12+)

 DESCRIPTION:  Deep in the forest Rama & Sita live in exile, eyes watch their every move, and the universe shimmers with illusion.

When Sita is kidnapped by the ten-headed demon king, Rama needs all the help he can get. Who better to have on your side than a shape-shifting monkey? But there’s only one thing worse than a bloodthirsty demon, and that’s his Big Brother. As Rama lies helpless on the battlefield, it’s time for Sita’s little-known story to unfold.

Storyteller Emily Hennessey and virtuoso sitar player Sheema Mukherjee conjure up a vivid, wild and beguiling world in this retelling of the much loved Indian epic. Expect the unexpected…

‘extraordinary tales for a transfixed audience **** British Theatre Guide
‘an outstanding performance storyteller **** The Latest
For more details see www.crickcrackclub.com/earthousecranborne

Wrap up warm, bring a cushion & wear sensible shoes! BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  Adult/child :: £11/£6 (plus booking fee) : Buy online or book by phone 01202 888 992 (office hours).

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & The Ancient Technology Centre


 DATE: Thursday 26th April 2018, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: Where the Bear Sleeps - The Kalevala  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Nick Hennesey

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  In 2000 Nick Hennessey entered the world championship of epic-singing in Espoo near Helsinki, performing the Kalevala (the Finnish national epic), to the Finns, in English….and he won!

Tonight Nick delivers us from the red velvet surroundings of the Cube, into the deep, snow-filled forests of the Finnish far North, where the river of the underworld flows dark and fast. In this world created from shards of egg-shell, the sun and moon are fought over, magic is done and undone, and life is shot through with bizarre ordeals, misguided passions, magical battles and transformations.

Expect a remarkable performance of elemental epic.

‘he brings that rare combination of artistic adventure and absolute accessibility...magical’ London Literature Festival
‘captivating, powerful, perfect’ Oxford Culture Review
‘spell binding’ South Bank Centre, London :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8 advance (£10 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


 DATE: Saturday 19th May 2018, 7.30pm - 10pm (doors open 7pm)  EVENT TITLE: Masters of Hex  LOCATION: Dorset  ARTISTS: TUUP, Clare Murphy & Tim Ralphs

 VENUE: Cranborne Earth House, The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Dorset, BH21 5RP  AUDIENCE: Adults (12+)

 DESCRIPTION:  This is a night of devilry, divination, malediction, voodoo, hoodoo, hexing, jiggery-pockery and straight enchantment…

Whether in the fairytale forest or up the mythical mountain, there is no escaping magic, or the masters and mistresses of its exploitation. Performance storytellers Tim Ralphs, Clare Murphy & TUUP, will be gathering around the fire, to speak in tongues and mix up the medicine.

Expect uncertain company and magical shenanigans.

‘A wild haven of fairytale, myth & rumour…’ City Limits
For more details see www.crickcrackclub.com/earthousecranborne

Wrap up warm, bring a cushion & wear sensible shoes! BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  Adult/child :: £11/£6 (plus booking fee) : Buy online or book by phone 01202 888 992 (office hours).

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & The Ancient Technology Centre


 DATE: Thursday 24th May 2018, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: Others from the Other Side  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Clare Muireann Murphy

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  The Irish landscape is full of stories peopled by shape-shifters and once-god-fairies who move seamlessly between our own and a decidedly other world...

The fabulous storyteller, Clare Muireann Murphy, acts as an intermediary between these two worlds, with stories of the other people, changelings, stolen children, strange marriages, theft, deception and wild curses.

Allow Clare guide you through a liminal landscape of grown-up fairytale & myth, where the light is a little too bright and the dark is very, very dark

‘Fantastic! For those thirsting for a different type of show this is a must see ****Everything Theatre :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £8 advance (£10 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


 DATE: Saturday 16th June 2018, 7.30pm - 10pm (doors open 7pm)  EVENT TITLE: 1001 Nights  LOCATION: Dorset  ARTISTS: Chirine El Ansary

 VENUE: Cranborne Earth House, The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Dorset, BH21 5RP  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  A king betrayed by his wife, decides to wreak his revenge on womankind by bedding, then slaughtering, one virgin every night… but then he meets Sheherazade.

Sheherazade, the storyteller who saved her own life together with the lives of her children by telling stories for a thousand and one nights, is one of the great cultural creations of the Arab world. Stories nestle within stories, with demons, errant spouses, thieves, fools and comedians all jostling for attention.

The fabulous Egyptian storyteller Chirine El Ansary, comes to the Earthouse to tell some of the most intriguing and deliciously seductive episodes from The Nights, stories that explore the deepest passions and desires of men and women.

‘Captivating, enchanting, a joy to witness **** Everything Theatre
For more details see www.crickcrackclub.com/earthousecranborne

Wrap up warm, bring a cushion & wear sensible shoes! BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  Adult/child :: £11/£6 (plus booking fee) : Buy online or book by phone 01202 888 992 (office hours).

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & The Ancient Technology Centre


 DATE: Thursday 21st June 2018, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)  EVENT TITLE: Tatterhood & Tricksterland - double bill  LOCATION: Bristol  ARTISTS: Martin Shaw & Nell Phoenix

 VENUE: The Cube, Dove Street South, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JD  AUDIENCE: Adults (16+)

 DESCRIPTION:  There is a place where that which is broken can be mended;
thoughts can be heard;
old bones speak;
and everyone wants revenge...


In the fairytale forest Tatterhood the wild twin, is coming this way - she'd riding a goat and she's armed with a spoon. While, in Trickster's wonderland a man mimics a waterfall and almost gets away with it, a woman hides her doll-sized sister in her plaited her, and we all journey to the edge of the earth...

Martin Shaw & Nell Phoenix serve up a double-bill of fairytales for grown-ups. Expect sheer magic, gleeful deceit, and anarchic tomfoolery.

‘...kooky, creative and off the wall’ Everything Theatre
‘An outrageous piece of magic’ David Abram :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £9.50 advance (£12 on the door) :: www.cubecinema.com

 ORGANISER:  Crick Crack Club & The Cube


 DATE: Saturday 14th July 2018, 7.30pm - 10pm (doors open 7pm)  EVENT TITLE: Tatterhood & Tricksterland - double bill  LOCATION: Dorset  ARTISTS: Martin Shaw & Nell Phoenix

 VENUE: Cranborne Earth House, The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Dorset, BH21 5RP  AUDIENCE: Adults (14+)

 DESCRIPTION:  There is a place where that which is broken can be mended;
thoughts can be heard;
old bones speak;
and everyone wants revenge...


In the fairytale forest Tatterhood the wild twin, is coming this way - she'd riding a goat and she's armed with a spoon. While, in Trickster's wonderland a man mimics a waterfall and almost gets away with it, a woman hides her doll-sized sister in her plaited her, and we all journey to the edge of the earth...

Martin Shaw & Nell Phoenix serve up a double-bill of fairytales for grown-ups. Expect sheer magic, gleeful deceit, and anarchic tomfoolery.

‘...kooky, creative and off the wall ****Everything Theatre
‘An outrageous piece of magic’ David Abram
For more details see www.crickcrackclub.com/earthousecranborne

Wrap up warm, bring a cushion & wear sensible shoes! BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  Adult/child :: £11/£6 (plus booking fee) : Buy online or book by phone 01202 888 992 (office hours).

 ORGANISER:  The Crick Crack Club & The Ancient Technology Centre


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 DATE: Wednesday 25th April 2018, 8pm - 10pm  EVENT TITLE: The Gods & Monsters Show  LOCATION: Halifax  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey, Mikael Oberg. Music by Sheema Mukherjee (sitar) & Jonah Brody

 VENUE: Red Brick Auditorium, Square Chapel Arts Centre, 10 Square Road, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 1QG  AUDIENCE: Adults

 DESCRIPTION:  Take a trip to the underworld...
Walk into the fire...
And don't look back....
The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up!


Combining performance storytelling, music and song, Pandvani108 turn on the epic jukebox to bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic, in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and far beyond, are all hauled centre stage.

Far from sedate spoken word, this is a brash & exuberant cinema of the imagination, inspired by a 3,000 year old epic singing tradition and with more deities than you can shake a stick at. Encounter the Short Myth Massive - live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic…a highlight!’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £12.50 :: www.squarechapel.co.uk :: box office 01422 349 422

 ORGANISER:  Square Chapel and The Crick Crack Club


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 DATE: Sunday 8th April 2018, between 12noon and 4pm  EVENT TITLE: The Gods and Monsters Show  LOCATION: Morecambe  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey, Mikael Oberg. Music by Sheema Mukherjee (sitar) & Jonah Brody

 VENUE: West End Garden of Splendour - near More Music, The Hothouse, 13-17 Devonshire Rd, Morecambe LA3 1QT  AUDIENCE: Adults

 DESCRIPTION:  The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up! Inspired by a 3,000 year old Indian epic-singing tradition, international ensemble Pandvani108, combine performance storytelling, music and song to turn on the epic jukebox and bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and beyond, are all hauled centre stage. Far from sedate spoken word this is more like organised chaos with added deities.

Brash, exuberant, and with more experimental excitement than you can shake a stick at, this is the Short Myth Massive – live and irresistibly direct!

‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast

 TICKETS:  FREE :: visit That Spring Thing :: email info@moremusic.org.uk info@moremusic.org.uk or call 01524 831997 between 9:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

 ORGANISER:  More Music and the Crick Crack Club


 DATE: Tuesday 24th April 2018, 7pm (1 hr 50 mins + 15 mins interval)  EVENT TITLE: Of Gods and Monsters  LOCATION: Lancaster  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey, Mikael Oberg. Music by Sheema Mukherjee (sitar) & Jonah Brody

 VENUE: LitFest, The Storey Auditorium, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1TH  AUDIENCE: Adults

 DESCRIPTION:  The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up! Inspired by a 3,000 year old Indian epic-singing tradition, international ensemble Pandvani108, combine performance storytelling, music and song to turn on the epic jukebox and bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and beyond, are all hauled centre stage. Far from sedate spoken word this is more like organised chaos with added deities.

Brash, exuberant, and with more experimental excitement than you can shake a stick at, this is the Short Myth Massive – live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic...a highlight of this year’s festival’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £12/£10 + booking fee online at www.litfest.org or in person from Lancaster and Morecambe Visitor Information Centres, or by phone 01524 582394/ 01524 582808

 ORGANISER:  LitFest Lancaster with the Crick Crack Club


 DATE: Saturday 19th May 7.30pm  EVENT TITLE: Gods and Monsters  LOCATION: Cockermouth  ARTISTS: Pandvani108 - Ben Haggarty, Emily Hennessey, Mikael Oberg. Music by Sheema Mukherjee (sitar) & Jonah Brody

 VENUE: Kirkgate Arts, The Kirkgate Centre, Kirkgate, Cockermouth, CA13 9PJ  AUDIENCE: Adults

 DESCRIPTION:  Take a trip to the underworld...
Walk into the fire...
And don't look back....
The stage is set for a high voltage mythological mash-up!


Combining performance storytelling, music and song, Pandvani108 turn on the epic jukebox to bring us a wild night of unbowdlerised global myth and epic, in untamed short form style. Gods, monsters, giants, warriors & divas from Greece, Ireland, the Scandinavian North, the Indian heat and far beyond, are all hauled centre stage.

Far from sedate spoken word, this is a brash & exuberant cinema of the imagination, inspired by a 3,000 year old epic singing tradition and with more deities than you can shake a stick at. Encounter the Short Myth Massive - live and irresistibly direct!

‘playful, powerful, dynamic…a highlight!’ Beyond the Border Festival
‘Stellar!’ Smugglers Festival
‘Phenomenal’ Wonderful Beast :: BUY TICKETS

 TICKETS:  £10 (£7 concessions) :: www.kirkgatearts.org.uk :: Box Office: Mon - Sat, 10am - 1pm : 01900 826448

 ORGANISER:  Kirkgate Arts and The Crick Crack Club

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