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    Wild Tales for Weird Folk

    Wild Tales for Weird Folk

    • 11 Mar -
      12 Mar 2022
      11 Mar - 12 Mar 2022

    A night of storytelling, song and clowning from The Embers Collective and Stumble Trip Theatre (Frills & Spills)

    Acclaimed storytelling troupe The Embers Collective have teamed up with Stumble Trip Theatre to tell you some wild tales that’ll have you going out, a bit wonkier than when you came in. Expect hilarious stories, songs and clowning in a raucous show, totally unsuitable for children (but bring them anyway).

    Featuring reluctant heroes, perverted warlords, talking horses, herbaceous kitchen invasions, dodgy shamans, toad licking, hippy sex cults and so much more. All underscored by an evolving, live musical score and packed with bangers that’ll have you up and dancing in your seats.

    The Embers Collective are a renowned storytelling and live music ensemble from London. They have created work for The Southbank Centre, VAULT Festival, Wilderness, Shambala, The National Trust, Meadows in the Mountain, Baba YagaTheatre, Ranelagh Arts Festival and so much more. They have a monthly broadcast on Soho Radio and run workshops for Balvenie Whiskey and Hendricks Gin.

    Stumble Trip was formed in Paris at the Lecoq School by Grace Church and Chloe Young. They specialise in mischievous, highly physical comedy theatre shows that have toured to Brighton Spiegeltent, Prague Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe, Wilderness Festival and Camden People’s Theatre.

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    TIME: 7.30pm

    • “Master storytellers.”

      Timeout on The Embers Collective
    • “Simply outstanding… in the delivery of multiple skills, classic storytelling and madcap humour.”

      Fringe Review on Stumble Trip Theatre
    • “Extremely entertaining, very daring and utterly funny.”

      Fringe Review
    • ****

      “I urge you to go and see it. It will be good for your soul.”

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