Tag: Storytelling

Coming back to life

Bridgewater Arts Centre, 407 Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater SA 5155 Fri 3rd March 8pm About this event a poetic journey through the deep and into light we begin with poems and stories of life lived, love shared then we enter life’s tunnels and caves, poems and stories from the wilderness, the night we emerge into the light with poems and stories of restoration, healing, renewal, and hope includes new work, and work from the artist’s collections and past performances raw. honest. cathartic. hopeful. Presented by:Sarah Agnew Storyteller and poet, Sarah Agnew has told stories in Edinburgh, at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Cheltenham, at Greenbelt Festival, and in various parts of the USA and Australia. Whisper on My Palm is the latest of four poetry collections, and its journey through grief for a parent, lament as a community after bushfires and a pandemic. The journey to joyful discoveries of healing andRead more…Coming back to life

After the Storm – new date thanks to Covid

Supported by the Adelaide Hills Council | Part of Winter Words 2021 There is nothing like coming together to celebrate the power of true, personal storytelling. This is the tradition of New York’s “The Moth” but it is also the age-old tradition around campfires and within families. On this night seven stories will be told from people’s lives – no fiction, no fantasy, just stories well told from people’s lives. Stories that reflect the humanity, the joy, the grief of people living each day. This show starts with the theme, “After the storm” with storytellers exploring the theme, no doubt in unexpected ways. Since each story is true and every voice authentic, this show will dance between documentary and theater, creating a unique, intimate, and often enlightening experience for the audience.  Rachael Mead, author of  The Application of Pressure has been commissioned to assist each storyteller with thanks to AdelaideRead more…After the Storm – new date thanks to Covid

Copyright © 2023 Bridgewater Arts Centre | Pop Rock by Catch Themes