UNDER EMBARGO UNTIL 22 January 2018 14:00
The Bread & Roses Theatre will present “Demons and Dreamers” during National Storytelling week on Monday, January 29, 2018, bringing people together to celebrate humanity’s oldest art form.
Acclaimed storyteller Dawn Ellis is expected to mesmerize audiences with exhilarating performances that will ignite dynamic proses and reflections aimed to elevate and empower women.
“Storytelling renaissance is happening right now, particularly with stories embracing women empowerment. We’re talking non-digital, immediate, face to face, adult and edgy. It’s no wonder these performances will tickle your funny bone, send shivers up your spine, and then warm your heart up all over again,” said Dawn Ellis.
For eighteen years, National Storytelling week has captivated the hearts of many with music and intimate stories of resistance, culture, and traditions in venues throughout North and South London.
Other featured storytellers at The Bread & Roses Theatre include Danny Scheinmann, Lucy Lill and musicians Tom Morley and Beatrice Leadbetter. The performance will start at 7:30 pm at The Bread & Roses Theatre at 68 Clapham Manor Street, Clapham SW4 6D2, London.
For more information on “Demons and Dreamers,” visit www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk.
ABOUT THE BREAD & ROSES THEATRE
The Bread & Roses Theatre tell unheard stories and provide a platform to original and unconventional projects and artists. The theatre regularly hosts touring shows and has worked with award-winning ensembles with decades of experience. They frequently welcome and support emerging theatre-makers, who are taking their first steps.
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