What do a measuring tape, a priest with a clamped car and a polyester frill have in common?
They all mean something to Emily.
Follow her on a heart-warming story of love and laughter to find out what that is. She will take you on a journey back to Dublin, back in time, to the week her father died. In her own words; "some of the most fun 5 days of her life" There will be sing-a-longs, stories, laughter and tears all served with a healthy dose of brandy.
Polyester is an honest, moving show that will transport you into the heart of an Irish family.
After a smash hit season with ‘The Silence of the Nans’ at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Jessica Fostekew takes it on tour around the UK next Spring!
(Read in film-trailer voice): Last summer Jessica did two reasonably significant things. One, a story of pure joy. The other, a tale of entrapment, torment and gelato. This show tells the second story. The horrid one.
This is an epic comedy-horror-story about a disaster at sea from which there was no escape.
Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park is pleased to announce the launch of Winter Story Time with Devon Libraries on Wednesday 21st January 2015.
Guests are invited to join Buddy Bear and story tellers from Exeter Library at Mamma Mia’s Restaurant at Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park from 10am – 1pm for winter story time and snow themed arts and crafts sessions.
As part of Exeter’s Ignite Festival, which has been taking place this week, I went along to the Exeter Phoenix to discover more about Exeter’s hidden history by watching the performance of Telling Our Stories, Finding Our Roots.
Join us for 'Telling Our Stories Finding Our Roots', an evening of rich storytelling, music and verse bringing a new multi-cultural perspective to Exeter’s history. Original stories of people from around the world, moving to, living in and affecting lives in Exeter.