Wonder and dread: Slavic tales of foreign lands and wild people

Wonder and dread: Slavic tales of foreign lands and wild people

(Exeter)

Sunday 20 November | 15.00–18.00

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The gypsies of Romania, the magical shape-shifting underground inhabitants of Russia, the crying dolls of Poland, and the, er, sausages of Transylvania provide the fodder for ‘Wonder and dread: Slavic tales of foreign lands and wild people’. Local, national and international artists will gather in Exeter to conjure an afternoon of storytelling and performance that explores themes of migration, knowledge, technology and wildness. Tales will be told, songs will be sung and journeys will be made.

Free Admission | Booking required
This event is part of University of Exeter’s series Voices From the Edge

Event enquiries: b.brown@exeter.ac.uk
Led by: University of Exeter
In partnership with: ARTEL | Hedgespoken | Janina Vigurs