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Kali - The Story of the World's Wildest Goddess

7th April 2018

Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm performance

Wincham Community Centre
Church Street


From demure housewife to bloodthirsty goddess, gurgling infant to elephant man, meditating sage to cosmic fire-eater, Hindu mythology illuminates a mind-blowing world of radical transformations.

Kali is one of the wildest shape-shifters of all. Demon-slayer, Life-saver, Supreme-Mother, Destruction-dancer, this goddess is truly awesome. When an evil power spreads its clawed hands across the world, Kali's time has come ...

Join storyteller Emily Hennessey and sitar player extraordinaire, Sheema Mukherjee, for a white-knuckled tuc-tuc ride through sun-kissed palaces, fiend-infested forests and every cacophonous saffron-scented marketplace in between.

Sheema Mukherjee is an internationally renowned sitar player and composer. Her work was featured in the 2012 Olympics.

*** ' exhilarating, evocative, vital ... a wonderful piece of theatre - pure in ideas and retelling a fantastic story vital for both Hindu and modern culture ... Mukherjee ... provides a live score which goes well beyond a mere accompaniment' - Theatre Bubble

*** 'extraordinary tales for a transfixed audience' - British Theatre Guide

This is a Cheshire Rural Touring Arts production.

Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm performance

Ticket price £10 including Indian appetisers

Bookings on-line or 07847 187983


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