A brand new storytelling collaboration with two of the UK’s leading young storytellers, deeply rooted in the North Sea and North Welsh landscapes of the performer’s homes.
It is an upfront reckoning with the climate‘s fragility and those narratives, both old and new, which so easily cast young women’s bodies into the jaws of waiting beasts. But, this show is, most importantly, a celebration of being alive, right now. As Ffion and Ailsa say – it’s a triangle; story, people, landscapes, if connection between any of these three is weak we all suffer.
Supported by Village Storytelling Festival and Tasgadh