- Doors Open: 7:00 pm
- Event Start: 7:30 pm
- The Arts Cafe
- Admission: £8
- Suitable for adults (minimum age 14, must be accompanied by an adult)
Spellbinding Storytelling with Story Bazaar: Jealousy
Storyteller Peter Chand has been enthralling us with his Story Bazaar nights for the past two years by introducing us to some world-class Storytellers live at the Arts Café. All the performers have bought a unique cultural perspective which makes their performances all the more memorable and meaningful. 2023 will be no different, and we hope you will join us in the heart of Wolverhampton for some incredible, thoughtful, moving and eerie traditional tales for adults.
-Raphael Rodan & Peter Chand. Part performance, part confessional, part self-help group. These two tellers go into the dark soul of jealousy, via tales from the Jewish & Indian tradition.
See more in the story bazaar season:
-Chris Lowe & Peter Chand. Separated at birth, reunited by stories? Mayhem and silliness from the Brum and Punjab. And beyond…
-Cath Little & Peter Chand. The wonderful Welsh Storyteller will be trading the smallest of tales with Peter, Wise, funny, and punchy as hell.
Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm start.
Bar Available on the night.
Suitable for adults (minimum age 14, must be accompanied by an adult)
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