Off the Twig invites you to join them in a celebration of what it is to be mortal and to ponder this question…’How does our relationship with death shape our approach to life?’
True tales, fables and poetry are beautifully interwoven with shadow theatre visuals and music, all interspersed with opportunities for informal discussion over tea and cake.
Mortal Yarns shines a light on the one thing that truly connects us all…
Click here for an audio poem “Let’s talk about death”
A really beautiful combination of visual and storytelling. Thought provoking. You created a safe space for the big questions.
Thinking about dying enables us to realise the importance of life and living.
Great performance. Love the mix of stories and shadows.
It will make you re-think the whole subject of death and grief
Clare Holdway – Adult student nurse
Positive, engaging, immersive, novel
Chris Townsend – Dead Good Days – Death awareness events
Wonderful and thought-provoking perspectives on death and life
Kathy Rogers – Nurse Lecturer, University of the West of England
A beautifully held journey of the senses
Amy Woods – SoulShine, holistic health and wellbeing
I was surprised at the power of story and poems to make a shift in my thinking and relationship to death.
Judy Hortt, Volunteer with Cruse Bereavement Care
Sensitively and lovingly shared.
Debbie Harding – Norfolk Soul Midwives
Heartfelt, passionate performance
Beautiful and uplifting