Retelling Tales

Retelling Tales

October 2017
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Retelling Tales tells a variety of true stories about human strength, suffering and hope. Each night there will be a performance of different monologues, all dealing with important questions of human existence, from facing death to fighting against oppressive political regimes.

Retelling Tales uses a creative space to tell moving stories from real life which push boundaries, encourage development and challenge expectations. It is an innovative, alternative production which aims to show the power of storytelling. 

  • Tue 21 Nov 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Wed 22 Nov 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Thu 23 Nov 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Fri 24 Nov 9:30 PM £6.00
  • Sat 25 Nov 9:30 PM £6.00

Book Tickets

  • Tue 21 November 9:30 PM
  • Wed 22 November 9:30 PM
  • Thu 23 November 9:30 PM
  • Fri 24 November 9:30 PM
  • Sat 25 November 9:30 PM
£6.00

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