(Monday) 20:30 - 22:00
Christopher Salisbury: a story-telling performance of Dark Fairy Tales If we are to exploit the concept of ‘Borrowed Time’, then we must draw upon the
Christopher Salisbury: a story-telling performance of Dark Fairy Tales
If we are to exploit the concept of ‘Borrowed Time’, then we must draw upon the tradition of ‘Once Upon a Time’ for some performance storytelling along the themes of death/destruction/dark times, and the individual facing/triumphing despite overwhelming odds.
Speakers for this event
Chris founded WildWise in 1999 after many years working as an education officer for Devon Wildlife Trust. With a background in the theatre, a training in therapy and a career in environmental education he uses every creative means at his disposal to encourage people to enjoy and value the natural world. He has worked with Ray Mears and John Rhyder, Joseph Cornell and Steve van Metre, amongst many others. He is a course facilitator at Schumacher College, where he also directs the Call of the Wild Foundation programme. He is also a professional storyteller aka 'Spindle Wayfarer', and is the founder and Artistic Director for the Westcountry Storytelling Festival. Chris is also trained as a Be the Change facilitator and offers symposiums for interested groups.