Ancient tales set to music

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A mesmerising combination of folk music and storytelling is coming to the High Peak.

Spring Bank Arts Centre in New Mills will host The Forbidden Door on Friday, April 15.

Performance storyteller Dominic Kelly will breathe life into folklore tales - of love, loss, drama, danger, horror, humour and extraordinary plot twists. He will be joined by three skilled musicians (cello, fiddle and guitar) whose folk music provides the soundtrack.

Dominic’s credits include performing at the Barbican, National Theatre and British Museum.

His accompanying musicians will be: Dylan Fowler, guitar (The Company of Story Tellers, Alaw); Oli Wilson-Dickson, fiddle (Jamie Smith’s Mabon, Alaw); Sarah Moody, cello (Kneehigh, Wildworks, Travelling Light).

The show, produced by The Devil’s Violin, is suitable for viewers aged 12 upwards and starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £10 standard and £8 concession, available from Spring Bank Arts, tel 01663 308202, High Street Books in the centre of New Mills and wegottickets.com/springbankarts

For further information on the company, visit www.thedevilsviolin.co.uk