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Where We Land: a storied isle – Jacqueline Harris Storytelling Tour

Wednesday 4th, Thursday 12th & Thursday 19th July

Time: 7:30pm

Venues: The Storey Auditorium Lancaster (4/7), The Boo – Rossendale (12/7) & Brigsteer Village Hall (19/7)

Tickets: £9/£8 

Tickets for the 12/7 event are available through The Boo.

Tickets for the 4/7 and 19/7 performances are available now and can be booked in advance in a variety of ways:

Online: Through VICticketbox – 4/7 and 19/7

In person: Lancaster and Morecambe Visitor Information Centres

By Phone: 01524 582394/ 01524 582808

(Advance booking fees may apply)

Tickets will also be available to purchase on the door of each event via cash or cheque.

A storyteller once left Lancashire to spend three years on the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland: these are the stories she found there…

Join us for this new touring production from sensational storyteller Jacqueline Harris, who has previously delighted our audiences with productions such as  ‘In Skriker’s Footsteps’ and ‘East o’the Sun, West o’the Moon’. This new show  will be an intimate and immersive multimedia experience featuring projection, both a live and recorded musical score/soundscape and interactive, spontaneous storytelling. From mermaids to the mackerel lottery, prepare to be spellbound… This tour is brought to you by Litfest with support from Lancaster City Council  and Arts Council England.

Suitable for ages 12+

Jacqueline Harris writes, tells and dramatizes stories based around folkloric and mythical themes, weaving audio, film, projection and community stories into her live performances. Her productions have toured across the UK including Edinburgh Fringe, Dingle, Spotlight Rural Touring and Hebden Bridge: Shaggy Dog Storytellers.

For this project Jacqueline will be collaborating with freelance film maker Graham Kaye and composer, music producer and sound designer Lee Affen.

Lee Affen is a composer, music producer and sound designer from Manchester, now based in Lancaster. His passion for music has led him to work in bands, write for singers and compose for theatre, film and dance. Alongside this, Lee also delivers music workshops and has worked on community based arts events and festivals around the UK.

Graham Kay is a filmmaker and has been freelance since 2003. Prior to that he was a teacher in secondary and further education.

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