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The Invisibility Hat

December 12, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

£3.50 – £12.00
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Sweden, Christmas Eve 1850: young siblings Maria & Gustav slave away on their uncle’s farm in the winter forest. For them there is no Christmas. But out of the trees steps a figure: a girl with bare feet and only a thin dress to keep out the cold. For Gustav and Maria, nothing may ever be the same again…

Dominic Kelly
Dominic Kelly

In this warm, funny, atmospheric and thrilling performance, internationally acclaimed storyteller Dominic Kelly takes you into the magical world of the Nordic forests and their unpredictable inhabitants… the trolls! There, beauty and danger sit side by side – but a moment’s kindness to a stranger can make all the difference…

“… An amazing hour. I loved seeing the children’s faces captivated. Dominic told the story so beautifully with his voice and his instruments” audience member at Settle Stories

“Spellbinding Anglo-Swedish storytelling!” Caroline Theobald CBE, Honorary Swedish Consul

“A fabulous story… Full of invention and surprise, The Invisibility Hat enthralled our audience… I didn’t want it to end” Jacqueline Greaves, Chair, Litfest

Age suitability: recommended for 7 years old to adult (though several 6 year olds have enjoyed it)


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December 12, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
£3.50 – £12.00


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Dominic Kelly
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Described by BBC Radio as ‘a master storyteller’, Dominic Kelly’s warm, witty, precise & powerful storytelling style has captivated audiences around the world. UK venues including the Barbican, National Theatre, British Museum, and The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival. He has directed storytelling & music shows for Norway’s national stage Riksscenen, and is a member of Fabula Storytelling company in Sweden