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Scruffy Bunny Improv Theatre - A Feast With Stevenson

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A STORY FEAST WITH STEVENSON, AT THE SCRUFFY BUNNY IMPROV THEATRE, THE COURTYARD

HOSTED BY STORY & LAUGHTER, MONTHLY STORYTELLING SHOW

Saturday 22nd December, The Scruffy Bunny Improv Theatre, The Courtyard, 100 Courtenay Place, 4pm.

A Feast With Stevenson. Our illustrious poster illustrator and renowned international storyteller Peter Stevenson joins us for this final Story & Laughter. Peter will be featuring a couple of illustrated tales using his unique and beautiful hand-made crankie to bring this oral tradition to life. It’s a once in a lifetime experience for us here in Welly.

Short tales from other tellers who have joined us throughout the year will also be welcomed. It will be an end of year feast of tales!

Peter is a storyteller, illustrator, writer, artist, folklorist, film-maker, crankie-maker, lecturer on the art of visual storytelling, organiser of Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival, Stories @ Medina, and Y Mabinogi Project. He has written and illustrated two books of Welsh Folk Tales for the History Press with a third on the way, he has illustrated many children's books for Auckland publisher Sunshine Books, and frequently wanders around the Appalachians telling tales, and has performed at the Provincetown Playhouse in Greenwich Village, the Hans Christian Andersen statue in Central Park, and Beyond the Border International Storytelling Festival. Full details cabinetofcuriosites.moonfruit.com

Other tellers for this show include Palmerston North’s Summer Shakespeare director Ralph Johnson, and Story & Laughter teller and host, Caroline Welkin

Tickets $10 on Eventfinder| Door Sales $15

https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2018/story-laughter4/wellington

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