In association with the Dark Mountain Project...
the big room invites you to join us on 30th November for an immersive day (and night) of stories yet to be told...
Conversations in the Dark
with Dougie Strang and Charlotte du Cann
In a time of social and environmental unravelling how do we create a community that encourages the sustainability and resilience required to meet the dissolution of the old narratives and with those narratives the world we live in?
In an adventure that takes us into the more-than-human world, we invite you to explore community through the perspective of the other.
Charlotte Du Cann and Dougie Strang are both writers and performers, whose work explores cultural resilience, myth, and our relationship to the more-than-human world. They are core members of the Dark Mountain Project.
Charlotte Du Cann...
Charlotte writes about mythology, metaphysics and cultural change and teaches collaborative writing. From 2011-12 she founded and edited the Transition Network's Social Reporting Project, based on the community Norwich blog, This Low Carbon Life and went on to found and edit the quarterly newspaper, Transition Free Press. In 2014/5 she collaborated with author Lucy Neal on 'Playing for Time - Making Art as if the World Mattered' (Oberon Books), She is the author of '52 Flowers That Shook My World - A Radical Return to Earth' (Two Ravens Press, 2012) and other books.
Charlotte is currently working for The Dark Mountain Project and creating a performance and a non-fiction collection about mythos and regeneration in times fo collapse. You can find a selection of her writings at http://charlotteducann.blogspot.com Contact: email@example.com
Dougie is a writer, performer, and storyteller. He has co-created and directed many of Dark Mountain’s on site performances, including Liminal (at Uncivilisation Festival) and The Night Breathes Us In (Festival of the Dark, Reading). He lives in South West Scotland by the River Ae, with his wife and two daughters. You can find out more about Dougie Strang’s work at https://dougiestrang.org/carrying-the-fire/
We start at 1.30pm and finish at 7pm.
Includes refreshments including a light supper (suitable for vegetarians)
If you would like to make a contribution to the big room before, during or after the event please contact us.
Contact us: 07779 727123 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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