Daylight Music Baba Yaga
London Dreamtime and Cunning Folk presents Baba Yaga or Can Fairy Tales Be True? 04 December 2021 at Grand Junction, Paddington, midday to 2pm | advance tickets
Pay-What-You-Can entry (we suggest £10 adult, children free) on the door, subject to availability/capacity.
[NEW for 2021] Where possible, we recommend you reserve your ticket in advance and we appreciate you supporting the series this Autumn in these uncertain times.
‘London’s resident storyteller’ (Time Out)
London Dreamtime have told magical stories with live music in foot tunnels, rooftops, derelict buildings, scary night forests, stunning secret gardens, in cemeteries, cathedrals, ships, even in pedestrian underpasses! Find them in different locations every month, rain or shine.
Vanessa says ‘There are many Baba Yaga tales from the ancient forests of Russia, I’ve chosen this one because it’s a wild, dark adventure with lots of humour and a happy ending!’ Cunning Folk (George Hoyle) music, which accompanies this tale, is inspired by paganism, freak folk and witchcraft.‘a swath of acoustic Tyrannosaurus Rex, early Pink Floyd, Roy Harper, Julian Cope and Donnovan with elements of modern House.’ -Rock and Reel Magazine
The story will include multisensory audience participation.
Grand Junction W2 St Mary Magdalene’s Church Rowington Close Westminster London W2 5TF
Sat 4 Dec 2021