3/5: Olokuti, session 212/07/2017 - blog
This year, at Olokuti’s yard, we will be three, five
3 storytellers telling stories, myths and legends
5 Mondays of July, August and September, at 19h
For adult and young audience
Monday 24th July, from 19 to 20h
Stories at Olokuti’s yard
Marisol Cumare and Sarah Nichols and Susana Tornero
Stories for adult and young audience
Free entrance – limited seats
Activity subject to weather conditions
C/ Astúries, 36
Bus: 114, 39, 22, 24, V17
Marisol Cumare, born in Venezuela (Caracas), lives in Barcelona, where she combines oral scenic storytelling and architecture. She loves stories, myths and legends from indigenous communities of her land of origin.
Sarah Nichols, born and educated in Paris in a multilingual home (French mother from Rhodesia and Welsh father from Patagonia) is harpist and storyteller. Her uncommon international roots nourish her with exciting stories to tell.
Susana Tornero, translator and storyteller. She tells folktales from her own tradition as well as from the rest of the world, along with chants, rhythms and gestures from different regions and traditions. She is all for linguistic and cultural diversity, and works towards that goal.