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 25th May 2018

 Sef Townsend

                 "The Pongo's Dream"


An evening of  tales from that 'other', often overlooked, América -  from the deserts, and mountains; from vast plains, and from islands at the end of the earth.These are the stories of the people who disappeared from the land, the secret stories of those who survived, and of those now inhabiting all corners of this remarkable world. They are accompanied by the captivating rhythms of the Tango, Cueca and Chacarera from Iñigo Mikeleiz Berrade on Button Accordion. 

22nd June 2018

Martin Hunka
                    Giant with the Golden Hair of Knowledge

A dastardly King, determined to destroy a young man ‘cursed’ into marrying his daughter, conjures a giant, hairy and horrible. Oops!

Martin Hunka’s Giant with the Golden Hair of Knowledge first lurched into the Crick Crack Club in 1989, lumbered into the Farnham Maltings in 2014 (“Brilliant! Entertaining and enthralling.” “I had no idea adult storytelling could be such fun.” ) and now bursts into the bright June midsummer light of Surrey Storytellers.

27th July 2018

 Ursula Holden Gill

                    Romance and Ragamuffins

A life affirming set of beautifully observed characterisations & stories .Celebrating the bizarre, the off-centre and the wallflower all alike, this show features a bit of trade mark clogging, some music hall style choruses and Ursula’s latest controversial comedy Ladies Who Live Together. Love against all odds (where the odds are truly bonkers)!


Saturday- 18th August 2018

Our Annual picnic in Bourne Hall

 Join us for a picnic and maybe a story or two in Bourne Hall Gardens! Bring food, drink (and maybe a story) to share on the lawn in front of Bourne.Hall.

If it's a typical English summer (i.e. raining) then we'll be in the Wheatsheaf pub round the corner.
Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell, KT17 1UF

28th September 2018
Tristan Langlois
        Rude, Crude and Dangerous to Know

Before Chaucer, before Bocaccio, there were the medieval French fabliaux, plumbing and parading the depths of obscenity and profanity right alongside the better known epics and romances of King Arthur. Tristan unleashes five of the funniest, foulest fabliaux in a ribald, rollicking performance guaranteed to have you laughing and protesting by turns!