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SALLY POMME CLAYTON
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Sally Pomme Clayton (Pomme) has performed for adults and children since 1984 and is a founding member of The Company of Storytellers. From witty folktales to wild romances, she has a huge repertoire of stories drawn from all over the world. She has performed in venues across the UK, including The British Museum; The Barbican; The Soho Theatre; Northern Stage; Edinburgh International Book Festival; Bristol Old Vic; Aberystwyth Arts Centre; Ilkley Literature Festival, and 11 Downing Street. . .She regularly works with musicians performing alongside Welsh National Opera, London Sinfonietta and Joglaresa. She has been commissioned by the likes of the British Library, the National Gallery, the Unicorn Theatre, BBC Radio 3, and Chichester Festival. Pomme has been a featured artist in many European Storytelling Festivals and toured with the British Council to Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Sweden and Portugal. She has published several books for children, many of them illustrated by artist Sophie Herxhuimer. She has won awards for playwriting and new writing for radio.
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Eros & Psyche
Eros & Psyche
Merging myth, fairytale and raucous Greek philosophy - performance storyteller Sally Pomme Clayton undresses the myth of eros and Psyche to ask what is the path of love. . . ?' Combining classical mythical romance with Plato's Symposium, this raunchy, compelling performance of spoken word and sound, questions our ideas of beauty, suffering, and the choice to live.
the Crick Crack Club
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