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Next Cafe- Friday 7th July Mike Payton and Rachel Murray

Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?    At four years old, Mike was informed by his older brother that he had been born a pig but adopted by kindly humans. The existential angst caused by this kindly remark and the further trials of sibling rivalry are explored as Mike searches for echoes (and possibly understanding) in a series of beautiful, disturbing and thoughtful tales.Sisters Are Doing it For Themselves O Brother, there are so many stories of dashing heroes saving the day but what about the women? Feisty girls and clever heroines abound in folklore and Rachel will be shining a light on some of their exploits.

Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?    At four years old, Mike was informed by his older brother that he had been born a pig but adopted by kindly humans. The existential angst caused by this kindly remark and the further trials of sibling rivalry are explored as Mike searches for echoes (and possibly understanding) in a series of beautiful, disturbing and thoughtful tales.

Sisters Are Doing it For Themselves. O Brother, there are so many stories of dashing heroes saving the day but what about the women? Feisty girls and clever heroines abound in folklore and Rachel will be shining a light on some of their exploits.   

 

 

Matlock Storytelling Café takes place on the first Friday of each month at the Imperial Rooms in Matlock. Doors usually open at 6.30pm with stories starting at 7.30pm. There is always cake of astonishing quality available at the Café along with various hot beverages. It is just fine for you to bring your own booze - it is Friday night after all...

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