Tobias and The Snow Tear 6-8 April 2018 with Shonaleigh in the Storytelling Hut, Emerson College, Forest Row East Sussex
‘Like worlds within worlds, like old familiar paths that we have walked, so the stories within a Drut’syla cycle…
‘Tobias, father of the diamond girl, has his own story. One night his fate is linked forever with that of a Fire Wolf. Over the weekend we will journey with Tobias through seven trials, seven, stories, seven soul searing moments as he quests to redemn this soulless creature.‘
Join Teller and Tradition bearer Shonaleigh for a unique, immersive weekend of storytelling to experience a living, unbroken oral tradition. The Druts’yla tradition has been passed down from Grandmother to Granddaughter by generations of Jewish women.
Starting at one point in the lattice we the listeners will guide the journey through the interlinked tales, hearing stories possibly left untold for two generations. There will be time for discussion and exploration of both the tradition and the stories and how their deep wisdom can help us understand and navigate the challenges of life in the 21st century.
For more information or to book onto Tobias and The Snow Tear 6-8 April 2018 Click Here
There will only be sixteen places so early booking is advised. If you are unable to attend due to financial hardship please complete an application form. We offer discounted places where possible.
To celebrate National Storytelling week, 27th January to 3rd February Shonaleigh is telling a story over several nights on her website – Listen Here.
The cost of accomodation and meals are NOT included in our workshop fee. If you wish to book a room or to camp at Emerson College, please book with them directly. You can also call Emerson for a list of local accomodation +44 (0) 1342 822 238.
You can also book meals with Emerson College.
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