Beulah – coined by William Blake as the place between this world and the next, this is storytelling, folk singing and a bit of puppetry at its very best.
Making it look easy, our two storytellers act and sing with a beauty and innocence and tell the story of a couple in love, a young prince and a lion, reality, dreams and death. And leap years and sleeping. There is a lot more to it than that of course, 20 minutes more than advertised, but the time flies past listening to the wonderful storytelling and the multitude of instruments they play.
Well worth going to see if you can get a ticket (the venue was packed), it’s a beautiful piece of theatre.
Review by Alan
2-27 August (not 13)