The Beast in Me: a storytelling show with the Devil’s Violin
Neuadd Goffa Mynydd Llandegai Memorial Hall, LL57 4LQ
Saturday 25th March 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)
The Devil’s Violin visit Mynydd Llandegai with The Beast In Me – a fascinating tapestry of interweaving tales from long ago.
- A desperate soldier strikes a deal with a mysterious stranger.
- A battle between two magicians.
- A being that is neither human nor animal.
The Beast In Me is written and performed by one of Wales’ top storytellers Daniel Morden, and accompanied by the cello of Sarah Moody and violin of Oliver Wilson-Dickson.
This talented trio have created a charming, chilling and thrilling evening’s entertainment from the most basic of components – beautiful music and enchanting words.
For 15 years the group has created magical performances, dazzling audiences all over the UK and beyond. What better way to spend an evening than in the company of a masterful storyteller complemented by gifted musicians?
This is a rare opportunity to experience the power of a great tale well told.
This show will be in the English language.
Generously supported by the Arts Council England Lottery Fund, the Arts Council of Wales, and Night Out Wales.
Tickets on the door are £12 (£8 concessions).
Concessionary tickets available for children, disabled, retired and unwaged people.