Tellers, Tales and Tradition: The Ten Wonderful Things, Brighton

Friday, November 1, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – Sunday, November 3, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
Fleur Shorthouse

At the beginning of all things, the creator hid ten wonderful things around the globe – gifts for the human race.
But time passed and these wonderful things remained unseen and undiscovered.

King Ben Barim had been on many adventures – he had driven out monsters, gathered helpers, retrieved lost objects and saved the day – but he had not met the woman who would be his wife. He went to the Elders and they told him that she would only be revealed to him if he found the Ten Wonderful Things that had remained hidden for so long.

So King Ben Barim set off, comfortable that he knew the pattern, the path, the direction he must tread and confident in the outcome – he would return victorious as he had been on other quests at other times.

But this was not just another quest and not all was as it seemed.

Join tradition bearer Shonaleigh to hear the incredible tale of the Ten Wonderful Things – the final story in the Mannasseh cycle from the Drut’syla storytelling tradition.