“Catching the Gypsy’s Tale” – Storytelling Performance

Traditional tales and contemporary narrative from those whose home is everywhere and nowhere                 

From the humour of the Gypsy King to the poignancy of an Indian Love Story, the curses and blessings in the Land of Serpents to the supernatural vengeance of a Baby Witch

Spellbinding stories, theatre, fortune-telling and stirring music following the migration of the Gypsy people from their home of Rajasthan, through Arabia, the Balkans, Central Europe to the British Isles

Told and played by Three’s A Crowd, storytellers Michael Loader, Sarah Mooney and musician Martin Solomon (sitar, fiddle and accordion)

 Running time of performance 90 minutes


Performances @...

The Brewhouse Taunton Wednesday 26th January 01823 283244 £10/£8


The Southbank Southville Bristol Storytelling Festival Friday 4th February 0117 966 5552 £7/£5


Gordano Secondary School Portishead North Somerset Arts Week Thursday 19th May schilcott@gordano.n-somerset.sch.uk £8/£5


The Brewery at the Tobacco Factory Bristol in association with The Bristol Storytelling Festival Sunday 6th June 0117 902 0344 £9/£7


The Gypsies – A Workshop for Schools

Who are the Gypsies and who are the Roma? Where do they live and where do they come from? Do they have their own language or religion?

This interactive 60 minute workshop will look at these and other questions relating to the identity and culture of the Gypsies/ Roma, whilst exploring some of the ‘myths and truths’ surrounding their identity, through Storytelling, Music, Drama, Games and Language

Facilitated by Three’s A Crowd, the Gypsy/ Roma/ Traveler CC Service and the member of a Gypsy family

Suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3