"It’s Story Time... get upstairs" came the familiar voice...
Soon you’ll be transported to another world of mythical beasts and heart-wrenching poetry. Strange yarns and enjoyable jaunts. Let us take you back to a time of cuddling up and listening to bedtime stories, but with an adult twist, featuring multiple acts performing tales to astonish, beguile and arouse your imagination. Lay back and relax in our hideaway with a blanket, pillow and stories that will keep you for the night.
Pyjamas optional but encouraged.
Get there early so we can tuck you in for milk and cookies.
Join Rebel Jester for an evening of storytelling like your Mum used to do!
This event supports Child.org’s Team Mum appeal. We’re working to launch pregnancy support services in rural Kenya, where 1 in 26 babies die before they reach their first birthday.
VAULT Festival are contributing a percentage of ticket sales from this event to arm new mums in Kenya with vital health information and medical support. You can help by donating to Team Mum when you book online or in person at the venue. This appeal is supported by UK Aid Match which means if you give before 30 April, your donation will be doubled by the UK government. (Only donations to Team Mum and not contributions from ticket sales are eligible for UK Aid Match, but it all supports the Team Mum appeal!)
Rebel Jester are Liam Fleming and Sam Dunstan.
Formed out of a love for stories, Rebel Jester unveiled, "It's Story Time... Get Upstairs!" earlier this year.
Liam is an Actor, Writer and Director. As well as being the co-Artistic Director of Rebel Jester, he also heads up immersive theatre company in(ep)trepid and is the producer for New Writing company, Encompass Productions. He is also very passionate about sandwiches.
Sam is a Director, Producer and the Marketing & Development Officer of the Blue Elephant
Theatre. He is the Producer of BasicSpace Festival and Associate Producer for Encompass
Productions Bare Essentials New Writing Nights. As a director he has worked with new
writing and immersive/interactive theatre, but desires to work with company's from low-
income backgrounds to see more representation on stage. He is not as keen on sandwiches,
but sees the value they bring to society.
Liam Fleming - Co-Artistic Director
Sam Dunstan - Co-Artistic Director
Performers - TBC