Unearth the unwritten Blodeuwedd, the Frankenstein of flowers.
Captured in the pages of a medieval book, the ancient myth of Blodeuwedd describes a woman made out of flowers who was turned into an owl as punishment for adultery. But who was this woman before being confined to the page?
Jo Blake, international contemporary storyteller, irradiates this figure of Celtic myth through word, movement and ritual. The myth is unravelled in this radical reclamation of the untold; intertwined with personal experience and striking observations of the role of myth in our unmythic modern lives.
Supported by Pleasance Futures and Royal & Derngate Generate
|Duration:||60 minutes with no interval|
★★★★ “BLAKE IS A PHENOMENAL STORYTELLER”
A YOUNGER THEATRE
★★★★ “A TOUR DE FORCE OF BEAUTY AND WELSH MYTHOLOGY… REMARKABLY IN TUNE TO THE SHIFTING OF THE WORLD”
THE WEE REVIEW
★★★★ “AN INTIMATE AND RICH EXPERIENCE, BLODEUWEDD UNTOLD HAS THE POTENTIAL TO TRANSPORT YOU TO ANOTHER WORLD”
BROADWAY WORLD UK