The Forbidden Door: Friday 13th February

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Coming to The Village Hall Friday 13th February 2015

Don’t open that door!

As soon as the rule is laid down, we know it will be broken. Once the door is opened, then what – adventures!

An evocative and enchanting evening of rich and dynamic storytelling accompanied by visceral, melodic live music.

Online booking is now closed as we have a limited number of tickets left.  See below for more details of how to book.

The Devil’s Violin company has been breathing new life into the ancient art of storytelling since 2006, and consists of acclaimed storyteller and spoken word performer Daniel Morden and virtuoso musicians Sarah Moody, Oliver-Wilson Dickson and Dylan Fowler. This talented ensemble weaves together a hypnotic, mesmerising, aural tapestry of sound, poetry and folk/roots music that appeals to all ages and cultures.

“Expect love, loss, drama, danger, horror, humour, twists and trials. A scintillating combination of music, sound and story”
The Times

“This is masterful, theatrical storytelling delivered with great feeling for the dramatic pause, the dark imagery evoking all shades of emotion from horror to joy, while the songs and stories continue to resonate deeply in the bones of the listener long afterwards.
Venue Magazine

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm  *  Performance 1 hour 50 mins (including interval)  *  Suitable for ages 12 and above

All tickets £8.50.  Online booking is closed but there may be some tickets from returns.  Contact:

Stephen Dix, The Pleck, The Narth, Monmouth NP25 4QG – telephone 01600 860664, email stephen.dix@live.co.uk

Please make cheques out to The Narth Village Hall

Supported by funding from the Arts Councils of England and Wales, and PRS Foundation.  More on the company’s web site

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