Storytelling with Sally Pomme Clayton
Join performance storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton as she brings to life the mysterious world of ancient Greek myths that inspired Shakespeare.
Greek Myths: Stories of Sun, Stone and Sea
11.45am – 12.25pm
1.45 – 2.25pm
Telling the dramatic myths of Zeus and Athena, Perseus and Medusa, and the flying horse Pegasus, learn some Greek words, meet gods and goddesses, consult the oracle, and ponder on the moral choices of the characters.
For family audiences with children aged 5 and over.
Tales of Venus
6 - 6.30pm
Venus was washed ashore on a sea shell, how did she get there? All the gods fell in love with her, and she had affairs with most of them, but what happened when she fell in love herself? Find out how the Goddess of Love and Beauty still spreads desire in this humorous, magical performance for adults by performance storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton.
For anyone aged 14 and over.
All sessions are free, tickets are available on the door 15 mins before the start time on a first come, first served basis.
'Pegasus' by Jane Ray from Greek Myths, stories of sun, stone, and sea by Sally Pomme Clayton
(Frances Lincoln 2012)