Touring storytelling shows and set performances
If you have an event coming up and you want to offer an unusual and engaging storytelling performance that has been proven time and again, you can choose from one of my professional set shows. I currently offer a number of shows suitable for venues of all sorts, all of which are told in English. Each lasts +- 110 minutes, including an interval.
What Women Want
The period: the middle ages. The people: monks, knights, nuns, merchants, fine ladies and common folk. The stories: some funny, some sad, some bawdy and some simply entertaining… (Medieval tales)
By the Light of a Celtic Moon
An illicit love that results in a half-human, half-spirit child. A dedication to the ocean and the old gods. A journey. The clash of Christianity and the old beliefs. A sunken city. All by the light of a Celtic moon. (Celtic folktales & myths)
Where the Road Leads
From a small village in the mountains, a man sets out on a journey to change the world. Adventures and misadventures abound as he loses then finds himself again. (Wise and wonderful folktales and myths from across the globe).
Scatterlings of Africa
The winter is cold, and a small group of Africans, all from different countries, start to talk. As the stories flow, it’s easy to imagine being back under African skies… (African folktales).
A Love Like Salt
How much do you love me? Love hurts, and redeems and unites and breaks apart. Weird, wonderful and wise tales about love in all its forms… (World traditional tales about love)(Celtic folktales & myths)
The Girl with all the Gifts
Ever wondered about the story behind the first woman in Greek mythology, Pandora? Then this is for you. (Greek mythology, world tales)
Sleep Only in Small Spaces
Unsettling tales uncovered on a journey from Scotland that ends in the United States. Expect witches and witch prickers, death, ghosts, child killers and lots and lots of rats…
From Darkness, Light
A retelling of the epic Ramayana, featuring gods and demons, love and loss, darkness, and of course, light. (Indian tales, South East Asian tales)
The Golden Feather
A golden apple, a single golden feature, a quest… And perhaps even a happy ending… (Russian fairy tale)
Wishes and passing seasons, murder and music, mystery, magic and unplanned adventures…
Fane & Joy
Follow the lives of Joy and Fane as they find each other, share adventures, have their ups and downs, and immerse themselves in what is, after all, a happy life. (world tales)
“When I turned 40, I wanted to do something a bit different. Someone suggested a storytelling show at home and I contacted Suzanne to see if she could help. She created a wonderful, private ‘theatre performance’, weaving in some of my family history into a story about strong women from folktales. It was amazing! An unforgettable evening that everyone loved. Thank you!”
― Lieessa Luk, Innsbruck, Austria
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