Tellers, Tales and Tradition: The Cloth of Hope and Sorrow, Brighton

Friday, June 28, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – Sunday, June 30, 2019 @ 1:30 pm
Fleur's House
Flat 2a
15 Davigdor Rd, Hove
Fleur Shorthouse

Last chance to hear this stunning story told by Shonaleigh Cumbers over a whole weekend. This story will not be told again for 12 years!!! You will also hear about the Jewish Women’s Oral Tradition and how Shonaleigh was taught 1000s of stories by her wonderful Bubba.

Price and payment

A weekend ticket will be £120 per person.
There are only 13 places so book early.
Please contact Fleur Shorthouse Hemmings at to book and for payment details.

Timings and Food

Arrive Friday night at 7pm, to begin telling at 7:30pm. The session will end at 9:30pm.
Arrive Saturday morning at 9.30am to begin telling at 10am the session will end at 5.30pm and resume at 7:30pm until 9:30pm. You may wish to go for a walk in the park or the seafront but make sure you are back for the meal we will provide at 6.30pm sharp.
Arrive Sunday morning at 9.30am to begin telling at 10am the session will end at 1pm.
There will be plenty of comfort breaks throughout.
An evening meal will be provided on the Saturday night, this will be vegan friendly. There will be dairy accompaniments and some meat options. Tea, Coffee, soft drinks and cake are also included in the price of the weekend ticket.
Please bring a contribution for a shared lunch on Saturday. Feel free to bring nibbles and drinks you like.
We will finish by 1pm on Sunday so you can make your own arrangements for lunch. We are within walking distance of lots of cafes and restaurants.
Please inform us about any dietary requirements when you book.


15mins walk from Brighton Station, 20mins walk from Hove Station. No 7 Bus stops almost right
outside venue. Closest airports, Shoreham and Gatwick.

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