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Beeston Tales - Naughty Japanese Badgers

Myths, legends and folk tales - the very best of contemporary storytelling for an adult audience.

Wed, 12 Dec 2018
7:30PM - 10:00PM
White Lion
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On Wednesday 12th December, Beeston Tales welcomes the brilliantly irreverent Sarah Rundle with her show Naughty Japanese Badgers.

Japan has many monsters: alluring women who turn out to be foxes; flesh-eating hags; rat-goblins; spirits that lick dirty bathrooms. But the naughtiest of all are Badgers. They can transform themselves into lovely ladies, old Buddhist monks, teakettles, fence-posts, and they excel at misleading travellers, cheating people, and generally creating mayhem. The ancient art of Kamishibai (paper-theatre) will alert you to the cunning tricks of Badgers, and tell how a roguish rabbit, a cross-dressing actor, and a steam train all got the better of these mischievous beasts.

Sarah Rundle has devised works for the British Council, Wellcome Foundation, Geffrye Museum, and the National Trust, and performed at Stockholm’s Fabula Story Café, the Nivesh Festival in Delhi, Kolkata Book Fair, and Festival at the Edge.
“Truly magical….. it sparkles with a particularly glorious English humour.” - Ben Haggarty.

Wednesday 12th December, 7.30 pm at The White Lion, Beeston. Tickets £5 in advance, £6 on the door, available from The White Lion, or online at www.timralphs.com/beeston-tales . Inclusive tapas and tales ticket £12, available only in advance from The White Lion. All advanced tickets including meal tickets must be purchased at least 24 hours before the show.

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