Here's the extended version of our promo video for Mortal Yarns including some really lovely feedback from the audience.... ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier this year we were fortunate to receive funding from Arts Council England, Rosedale Funeral Home and Norfolk County Council to create Mortal Yarns - a performance exploring death and grief. In May we took to Zoom to share this work for Dying Matters Awareness Week and in September we were able to perform to a small socially distanced audience. Here's a taster of the show which was created by Su Squire - Storyteller and Zannie Fraser of Luminous Tales and directed by Charlotte K Arculus with music by Bob Percy. Film production is by Insight Media Productions, music by Mary Lovett Music and photography by Gary Diggines.
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8 months ago
We’re delighted to announce that one of our films from our show Mortal Yarns has been selected for the Mercury Online Festival.
It goes live on 21st August and will be available for general viewing this date.The #MercuryOnlineFestival really has something for everyone! Just one of the pieces we are thrilled to be hosting is a beautiful multi-platform recording of Off the Twig's "The King Who Wanted to Live Forever" for ages 10+ on 21 Aug!
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10 months ago
A small glimpse into our online performance of Mortal Yarns which took place during Dying Matters Awareness Week.
The performance elements were interwoven with small group discussions in breakout rooms. One thing that surprised both us and the audience was how connected we all felt in this experience in spite of it taking place in a virtual space.
The project was supported by Arts Council England, Rosedale Funeral Home and Norfolk County Council.
If you missed it this time round but would like to keep in touch and hear about future live and online events we’d love to hear from you... ... See MoreSee Less
Huge heartfelt thanks to everyone who joined us during Dying Matters Awareness Week for our online performance of Mortal Yarns.
100 guests over 4 participatory performances in which storytelling, poetry and shadow theatre came together with conversation and connection.
Thanks also to Arts Council England, Rosedale Funeral Home and Norfolk County Council for funding this project.
We hope that it will still be possible to perform this work live and in person sometime in the not too distant future. But for now it’s time to take a breath and celebrate what we have managed to achieve during these uncertain times... ... See MoreSee Less
For anyone who is planning on joining us on Zoom for Mortal Yarns this evening you will need to e-mail email@example.com to get the event details and link if you haven’t already done so as the details won’t be shared publicly Facebook.
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We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be performing our show Mortal Yarns live online as a free event during Dying Matters Awareness Week. Thanks to the technology of Zoom we’ll be sharing a combination of live and recorded storytelling, poetry, shadow theatre and sound.
The project has been made possible thanks to funding from Arts Council England, Rosedale Funeral Home and Norfolk County Council. We are extremely grateful for this support which has enabled us to create this work that aims to encourage conversation around death, dying and grief.
To book your place get in touch with Off the Twig with a direct message on our Facebook page or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org... ... See MoreSee Less
We’re cooking up a plan to get our interactive show, Mortal Yarns, online for Dying Matters Awareness Week in May.
Watch this space for details about dates and how to book your place... ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
A vital part of our Mortal Yarns project is conversation and connection. In these curious times that we find ourselves in we seek to creatively flow into alternative ways to connect and share experiences. Though we are all in limbo right now the time will come when we will once more come together. In the meantime we’ll be exploring ways to share what we’re creating with you.
As we speak we have the marvellous Morgan from Studio Blip on the case designing a website for us so watch this space...x ... See MoreSee Less