TROLLS! Supported by SWEA

I’m thrilled to have received this year’s stipendium for the Swedish Women’s Educational Association! The aim is to share an aspect of Swedish culture in the UK. My project explores that magnificent creature, the Troll! I’m collaborating with the fantastic Morecambe Bay Partnership to premier this new show at a magical midsummer gathering in the […]

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Old Peter’s Russian Tales

It’s a joy to be working on these Russian folktales, collected by Arthur Ransom (whose old Lake District house I can see from my home). Really looking forward to touring this new show this Winter. So gather round all you little pigeons young and old, as we make the long night a little shorter…   […]

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Thor gets involved…

        A bit of an Epic moment captured on film by Thomas Radlwimmer at the fabulous Urban Storytelling Oasis in Zurich… (This moment was followed by a power cut and traffic chaos across the city!)   Urban Storytelling Oasis: www.geschichtenoase.ch Thomas Radlwimmer: www.radlwimmer.at

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KALI Reviews

We were delighted to get some fantastic reviews at recent shows in London and Brighton! Here they are… “Kali is a wonderful piece of theatre – pure in its ideas and retelling a fantastic story vital for both Hindu and modern culture.”  ★★★★ http://www.theatrebubble.com/2016/05/kali-at-the-soho-theatre/ Kali at the Soho Theatre Reviewed by: Alex Wood Kali is the […]

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Post from Chennai

Great to come across this post from audience member and workshop participant, Mousumi Ghosh, based in Chennai, India.  Storytelling with Emily https://southwestsun.wordpress.com/author/southwestsun/ By Moushumi Ghosh The first week of February has been hectic in a good way after a long time. Story telling performances on two days and plays on the other two meant that I […]

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Eijkhagen School in Holland

A couple of weeks ago I was performing at the Zwischen-Zeiten Storytelling Festival in Aachen, Germany together with a fantastic group of tellers including Joe Baele from Belgium, Ana Sofia Paiva from Portugal and Germany’s brilliant Hedwig Rost and Jörg Baesecke with their ‘smallest theatre in the world’ and an assortment of kitchen utensil puppets. It […]

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