Rewilding Cinderella | Brighton Fringe
Rewilding Cinderella
Rewilding Cinderella
Rewilding Cinderella
Literature & Spoken Word

Rewilding Cinderella

By The Storytelling Choir

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Age suitability: 13 +
In Person
World Premiere
Personal Assistant Tickets
Content Warning:
Audience Interaction, References to Sexual Abuse, References to Violence.
A fairy tale performance like no other, 13 artists offer a radical reweaving of Cinderella in this storytelling concert. Amidst Sussex hills, stories from England and Iran, Haiti and Russia, Japan, Bulgaria and Scotland are woven together with poetry and song, to explore the global, local and intimate journey of the wild ash girl.

A performance, a walk and a ritual, you are invited to join us as we lead you through the brambles and briars, hills and dells, to witness ancient stories unfolding from earth, ash and bone. We are also performing on the unique site of ONCA's barge, followed by a discussion of the themes the stories have unfolded.

Created and produced by the Storytelling Choir, Rewilding Cinderella features world-renowned artists and performers Tunde Balogun, Hannah Battershell, Marina Evans, Sophie Gibson, Joanna Gilar, Kestrel Morton, Nana Tomova, Gauri Raje, Laura Sampson, Wendy Shearer, Fleur Shorthouse Hemmings, Philippa Snell and Heulwen Williams.

Arts Council Funded.
Performances
£10.00 - £12.00
Waterhall Rewilding Site
28 May 2022 14:00 - 16:30
Concessions
£10.00 - £12.00
Waterhall Rewilding Site
28 May 2022 18:00 - 20:30
Concessions
£10.00 - £12.00
Waterhall Rewilding Site
29 May 2022 14:00 - 16:30
Concessions
£10.00 - £12.00
ONCA Barge
04 June 2022 14:00 - 16:30
Concessions
Signed
Pricing notes

Please note that the performances at WATERHALL are walking performances, and includes a led storytelling walk of approx. 2 miles over paths and occasionally rougher ground. While parts of the performance have seating options, participants need to be comfortable to walk and stand for a good part of the event. Sadly this performance is not suitable for those with mobility issues. 

Performances at the ONCA barge are seated throughout, and wheelchair accessible.