A Storytelling ‘The Skeleton Woman’ with Tehani Chitty (for ages 18 and above)

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Due to high demand, we have decided to hold another session of this event.

10 February Friday, 7–7:30pm

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Sometimes all you need
for those monsters in the dark
is a little firelight.

Join us for a retelling of this chilling love story from the frozen north with actor and dramatherapist, Tehani Chitty. ‘The Skeleton Woman’ is an Inuit tale with themes of death, suffering, love, and transformation, connected to Display 6 of ‘Encounters’.

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