A courageous new work by twice BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-winning songwriter Rowan Rheingans. Adventurous new writing meets the warmth of a live gig in this heartfelt and personal one woman show, uniquely weaving immersive storytelling with live fiddle, banjo and genre-melding original songs.
Unravelling a story of her grandmother’s youth in 1940s Germany, Rowan celebrates small acts of resistance and boldly asks a troubling question for our times: can hope for our future be found in the very darkest pockets of our history?
‘Vivid songwriting and composing… spectacularly beautiful’ (Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2).
PREVIEW Thu 15 Aug
Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
If you are a Storytelling Centre Supporter, select a full price ticket to book at a discounted rate.