- Doors Open: 7:30 pm
- The Cafe
- Admission: £8
- Suitable for adults (minimum age 14, must be accompanied by an adult)
Festive Story Bazaar
Our first holiday edition in 2023 rocked the Café, and this year it’s back! Expect a heady mixture of Storytelling, Poetry, Music, and lots more as we bring the season to a close with a proper Wolverhampton knees-up.
Spellbinding Storytelling at Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton
Storyteller Peter Chand has been enthralling Wolverhampton audiences with his Story Bazaar nights, introducing us to some world-class Storytellers live at Newhampton Arts Centre.
All the performers have brought a unique cultural perspective which makes their performances all the more memorable & meaningful. 2024 will be no different, and we hope you will join us in the heart of the city for some incredible, thoughtful, moving & eerie traditional tales for adults.
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Just in time for All Hallows Eve, Brazilian Storyteller Ana shares the stage with Peter Chand as she tells some stories from her brilliant set Barbecued Husbands, and Peter tells deliciously gruesome stories from both near and far.
Len Cabral is from Providence Rhode Island and is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning storyteller and author who has been engaging and entertaining audiences with his storytelling performances for more than four decades. With family roots in Cape Verde and a style like no other, we are thrilled this storytelling legend is joining us at Story Bazaar in Wolverhampton as he visits the U.K.
The State of Water featuring Kirsten Milliken & Peter Chand. A real Indo/Scottish set of stories with a dash of Norse influence as Kirsten Milliken, born in Shetland joins forces with Peter Chand to share watery stories and songs as deep as the ocean and as ephemeral as the morning mist.