“Excellent vibrant storytelling”
“Really enjoyed such wonderful storytelling. Atmospheric, strange and intriguing.”
“The atmosphere was otherworldly.”
Trailer May 2016
“In Skriker’s Footsteps” is a bold multi-media storytelling piece that uses projection, animation, sound and live storytelling to tell both old and new Lancashire tales.
Jacqueline Harris performs her own sharply dramatic retellings of the old stories. Strange creatures and figures blaze into life. Marjan Wouda’s Skrikers, white dobbies and spectral cats stalk the walls. Woven through this performance are contemporary voices telling first hand accounts of ghostly encounters across Lancashire.
Storyteller and writer Jacqueline Harris and sculptor Marjan Wouda have collaborated with theatre projectionist Adam York Gregory to bring you a storytelling experience like no other, its roots in the people and landscape of Lancashire.
More Audience Responses:
- What an enthralling storyteller. Held me captive from start to finish. Thank you – Hilary.
- Brilliantly evocative. I loved the combination of storytelling and shifting backdrop animation! Thanks.
- Awesome stories! I really enjoyed it, especially with the background projection! Thanks.
- Fantastic. Loved hearing The Dun Cow especially as it was a tale I had forgotten from many years ago. Thank you.
- The storytelling was fabulous!
- A wonderful experience of a very good storyteller. The art work enhanced it. – Anne
- Super show – love the mix of projection, ceramics, collage and story. Thank you.
- Very enjoyable. Visually very good!
- Wonderful storytelling.
- Fabulous and loved so much by my daughter that we came again!
- Very interesting. Beautiful voice. – Barry